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David Vincent


The Fiery Wings of A Moth


The Fiery Wings of a Moth
By: David Vincent


You might call me a liar,
But I saw a moth with wings of fire,
With each beat of its wings the flames went higher,
Everything touched by its wings of fire were set aflame causing a situation to become dire,
Everyone may think me insane but I saw the moth with wings of fire,
And I did not start the fire,
When you are trapped by fire and the situation is dire,
Remember that I warned you of the moth with wings of fire,
But you called me a liar and sentenced me to death,
Now with my blood upon your hands,
Expect to see the moth with wings of fire.

Submitted: Monday, October 07, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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This poem was inspired by an interesting Dream that David Vincent had one day. The Poem is Dedicated to The Vampiric Angel. a Special thanks to Alessandro Toby Mele for Convincing the Poet to share this poem.

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