Centina Pentina
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Centina Pentina

The Primal Instinct to Move On


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Cool air kissed Grey’s cheeks. She turned down a wooded path. October meant the monarch migration.

She’d never seen the butterfly roosts she’d heard about for years.

Walking along the path, with tree branches dangling over her head, Grey looked up and saw hundreds of sleeping butterflies clustered on dewy leaves in the still air.




“‘Great things come in small packages,’ they say. But I’ve noticed small things also come in small packages.” —J.A. Taylor

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