Jane Hirshfield reads
A Moth Ate Words
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A moth ate words— I thought it strange to hear, and a wonder of fate, that a worm in darkness can thieve a man’s fine riddle, swallow his song, sip eloquence and feast on its foundation, And yet that stealthy guest who dines on stolen words will leave no wiser. Listen to more readings from The Word Exchange »