Consider the Moth
by R. M. Zaner



Which on rapid wings conducts a ritual flirting with its death; yet, innocent of that, dances dizzily about a dancing flame and, with a sudden dip, plunges into fire, ecstatic, still,
Quivering: dying from too much life.





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