The Moth Keeper

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Reminding myself not to swat them away as a few vestiges re-enter the residence of dwelling in recent months. They belong to those who knew and loved me and whom watched me become the person I am today. Their intricate wings, touchy feelers and long antennae like to cling closely to the people, places, and things they hold to be true and good.

It is my fervent belief that moths draw the line between our current and future world. These…

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A writer making her mark one word at a time.

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A writer making her mark one word at a time.

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