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Fire-Caught Analysis



Author: poem of Langston Hughes Type: poem Views: 43

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The gold moth did not love him

So, gorgeous, she flew away.

But the gray moth circled the flame

       Until the break of day.

And then, with wings like a dead desire,

She fell, fire-caught, into the flame.





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