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The Life of a Moth [Poem]   Arts and Entertainment

Started 19/2/17 by Blackwy; 24174 views.
CaroWee

From: CaroWee

4/3/17

My grandmother always said:

"it you see a Moth, it might be a message from God"

I responded and told her:

"Why does God send me a message in such a tiny creature?"

She responded:

"He is sending you a message to tidy-up your room what better way to let you know that it's infested??"

          ant

 

 

Berylline

From: Berylline

7/3/17

A moth can be unseen because of its camouflage,

it surely can live far longer if it goes without sabotage.

                     cherry_blossom

Blackwy

From: Blackwy

8/3/17

Your grandmother tricked you, with wise quotes...

To get your room tidy and your mind well confuses!

 

Blackwy          laughing

Blackwy

From: Blackwy

8/3/17

So unseen today but seen tomorrow,

on a leaf or on a coat with a hole in sorrow...

 

laughing  Blackwy

 

ahe489q

From: ahe489q

11/3/17

That is the whole problem or hole problem. 

Gonghis (GonghisKhan)

From: Gonghis (GonghisKhan)

13/3/17

The Moth is often attracted to light to simply die.

The Butterfly flutters on sunlight without an alibi.

laughing

Lathyrus (PeePhobia)

From: Lathyrus (PeePhobia)

18/3/17

There's always a musician with a thought,

creating a song or a short poem of a butterfly,

but I never thought anything done for a moth!

yum

Mel_DJ

From: Mel_DJ

1/4/17

Metallica has a cool Moth on fire

Not about to be saved or hired...

v

In reply toRe: msg 14
Sylveria

From: Sylveria

2/4/17

Amusing and creative Moth poetry;

laughter becomes one of the kind,

it can also create more funny utter!

                                                   kissing_heart

Blackwy

From: Blackwy

29/4/17

Holy Pope there's are holes seen everywhere in your garment and wholly been there forever!

History does not pardon those who talk about justice and parity, and then are seen to practice the opposite.

 

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