The cover is burnished gold and has intricate butterfly wings you can lift and open. Inside the card is rainbow of 7 dancing butterflies, all in the air, a swirl of yellow, red, green, pink, purple, blue and orange. There are butterfly embellishments in two corners and a wheel of butterflies to start your thoughts spinning and into the rhythm.
This card shows love and spirit. Use it to touch the spirit of someone near and dear to your heart. It could be a party announcement, a wedding invitation, or a sympathy card. It will delight a grandparent, a gardener, a butterfly lover, an artist, a dancer. Give this card to someone going through change, transformation, recovery. A thoughtful card for first responders, and in memoriam.
Butterflies are free.
Life is short. Spread your wings and fly.
This is our happily ever after.
Butterflies are nature’s angels.
Your time as a caterpillar has expired. Your wings are ready.
The name of this card is taken from Brian Crain’s wedding processional Butterfly Waltz for Piano and Cello Duet, and from Butterfly Waltz from the album Red Moon by Saramai:
Butterflies in front of my eyes
All the time these days
They’re still chasing the rays
Silence and more
But I keep my line
My own space and time
My rhythm my rhyme I’m grounded again can you hear me
Grounded again are you near me
These wings are tired and won’t fly
But I’ll try, I wish you were nearby You gave me your depth, staid the rain
You gave me your breath, staid the pain
You gave your depth, restarred the stars When you spoke of
Of a sun that would shine
All the time that day
New moons, northern lights
Mistletoe, of twilight
Of Snowflakes on clear nights
You gave me your line
Your own space and time
Your rhythm, your rhyme.
All tracks written and performed by Saramai /Recorded live and mixed by Tommy Mc Laughlin at Attica Audio, Donegal, Ireland / Mastered by Richard Dowling at Wav Mastering, Limerick, Ireland
for first responders, caretakers, nurses, doctors, hospital workers, ER team, family, loved ones, sympathy, memories, memorial, despair, coronavirus, death, loving, emotional support, appreciation, thank you