Moths are Symmetrical

Moths are symmetrical,

and don’t they know it.

A symmetrical moth

walked into a parallel bar,

and tripped the light fantastic.

Nothing drastic,

not a ray of gold,

but a high beam of plastic,

and then it left,

bereft at the calls of,

“Lights out!”

and,

“Time Gentlemoths, please!”

Which, as it was a lady moth,

those calls were not quite to her taste.

Speaking of which,

she now had a hunger

for cloth and supper,

and before that urge

could be scuppered,

she flew

into a pocket of darkness

and began to chew.

Symmetrically, of course.

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