The Flight of the Midnight Moth

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The Flight of the Midnight Moth
A True Story in 12 Lines

We could have been friends, you and I
But instead you decided to fly
Without warning too close to my face
Made me jump all over the place
Some of us are moth-friendly folks
Who like hearing moth knock-knock jokes
And would be quite happy to
Become Facebook friends with you
So next time please think before flying
And sending some poor lady crying
The whole thing makes me quite sad
When I consider what we could’ve had

(Ew. You can see the flash glimmering in his little mothy eyeball. So creepy.)
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To read the full story of this terrifying moth-attack visit my other blog.

And since it is semi-related…this text cracks me up!
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Leave me a comment in 12 lines!
Or just one…I’m not picky 🙂

*This post was a prompt for Mama Kat’s Writer’s Workshop
2.) Write a post in just 12 lines.
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About Jenn Rian

Jenn is a bored and sarcastic divorced mom of two who blogs and vlogs because the voices in her head tell her to. She blogs about as often as she showers, which isn't very often. Author of jennrian.com and funanddysfunction.com (coolestfamilyontheblock.com)

Posted on July 14, 2013, in Humor, This Rhymes, True Stories, Writer's Workshop and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Does a moth fly or just spasm into your direction. I know one thing, they are the spawn of Satan.

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  2. The only thing worse than a moth beating around your head is a June bug diving into your hair. Do you have June bugs where you live? Nasty, nasty creatures.

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  3. I hope that I’ll be meeting you at the Ohio Valley Meet & Greet! xoxo!

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