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Im Schmetterlingsreich

Im Schmetterlingsreich
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Im Schmetterlingsreich

von

Sibylle v. Olfers

Verlag von J. F. Schreiber
Esslingen und München


Weit, weit von hier ist das Reich der Schmetterlinge.Das Schmetterlingsvolk ist ein sehr fröhliches undglückliches Volk. Die Kinder dieses Reiches, welchedort Puppen genannt werden, spielen den größtenTeil des Tages vergnügt in den herrlichen Gärten.In letzteren duftet es wundervoll, denn nichts liebendie Schmetterlinge so wie Blumen, von denen mandort die prächtigsten Sorten findet.

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Die KinderdesSchmetterlingsreichsspielenin denherrlichenGärten.

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Außer den »Puppen« (das sind die größeren Kinder)gibt es im Schmetterlingsreich auch ganz kleineBabys, die aber dort »Räupchen« genannt werden.

Frau Seidenspinner und Frau Bär müssen auf diekleinen Räupchen aufpassen und ihre Saugfläschchenmit grünem Blättersaft füllen.

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Es gibt dortauch kleineBabys, »DieRäupchen«

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Die Puppen dürfen aber nicht den ganzen Tagfaulenzen, sie müssen auch zur Schule. Bei FräuleinLibelle haben sie jeden Tag Tanzstunde, und zwarmüssen sie auf dünnen Stengeln und Grashalmengehen und tanzen lernen.

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Die PuppenhabenTanzstunde.

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Am 21sten März, wenn der Frühling Geburtstaghat, bekommen die Puppen ihre Flügel. DieFrühlingssonne schickt sie ihnen durch ihre erstenBedienten, die Sonnenstrahlen, welche mit ihrengoldenen Lanzen in das Schmetterlingsreich eindringen.Ist das ein Jubel und Durcheinanderlaufen!Jedes will seine Flügel zuerst haben.

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DieFrühlingssonneschickt denPuppenihre Flügel.

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Die Kohlweißlinge und Zitronenfalter,als die Artigsten, dürfen zuerst in dieWelt hinaus. Glückselig fliegen siedurch die milde, weiche Frühlingsluft.

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DieKohlweißlingeund dieZitronenfalterfliegen zuerstaus.

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Nach einiger Zeit dürfen auch die übrigenSchmetterlinge hinaus. Und bald gaukelt es inder Luft von Pfauenaugen, Schwalbenschwänzen,Füchsen, Admiralen und vielen anderen Schmetterlingen.Wie groß ist die Freude des Wiedersehens,das könnt ihr euch denken.

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DieanderenSchmetterlingefolgennach.

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Vor Freude veranstalten die Nachtschmetterlinge des Abendseinen großen Fackelzug, wozu auch die Tagschmetterlinge,die ja sonst früher zu Bett müssen, eingeladen sind.

Wie sieht das hübsch aus, wenn die ganze Schar so durchdie Luft zieht. Wenn es auch kein Mensch gesehen hat, sohaben es doch die Glockenblumen gesehen, die am Feld-oder Waldesrand schliefen und von dem leisen Flügelschwirrenaufgewacht sind, und die haben es mir erzählt.

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DieNachtschmetterlingeveranstalteneinenFackelzug.

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