This book “Lady Flatterley” is a caterpillar that became afraid and would hide up in a tall oak tree. Lady Flatterley's dream was to be able to have wings and fly someday. It wasn’t until another butterfly came along and told her that he once was a caterpillar just like her.
He explained to Lady Flatterley that before he could become a butterfly, he had to build himself a cocoon.
This story takes you through that metaphoric transformation and talks about how Lady Flatterley once being a caterpillar, built herself a cocoon.
After breaking her coccon, she discovered now she had become what she always wanted to be, a beautiful butterfly flying in the sky.
She didn't know that this was a part of God’s great plan in creation all along and she thanks God for His creation of her she most surely did love.
So little one, follow your dreams
Way up high in the tall oak tree,
Lived a caterpillar named Lady Flatterley.
She hid amongst the leaves all day long,
Hoping she'd be safe from wind that was strong.
Flatterley's home was made out of leaves,
All snuggled inside, she felt safe as safe could be.
Her coat was soft and beautiful, her friends would say,
Orange and black on her back, so pretty she was made.
One day while hiding in the tall oak tree,
Lady Flatterley felt the flutter of a gentle breeze.
She peeked out through the dark green leaves,
Was only the bumble bee for Flatterley to see.
His coat was like her coat though different in color,
Yellow and black on his back, just like hers only smaller.
Suddenly, a butterfly went fluttering by,
As Lady Flatterley watched with her big brown eyes.
Beautiful and happy did the butterfly look,
As she watched him fly down by the bubbling brook.
"If I were a butterfly then I could fly;
I would not feel afraid or need to hide."
Then the butterfly flew to Flatterley's house;
He landed on the limb, as quiet as a mouse.
"How do you do?" said the butterfly to Flatterley.
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