moth - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
The moth was the gentle green of forest moss at first light.
A moth of fairy-dust silken wing welcomed the relief of the evening air.
A moth born of hearth-log patterned wings danced in the air as if on some invisible stairway.
The moths took their leave toward the moonlight in their own time, drawn by their nature-built navigation system.
Probably the best known moths are the sphinx or hawk moths, some of which are so large they resemble a hummingbirds. The bodies of these moths are relatively stout and torpedo-shaped.
The moth was undeniably furry. It's body was far fatter than the butterfly she had caught at the end of summer and it's antennae were like miniature feathers. It's perky brown color ignited a memory of her father hammering cedar planks into the decking a few years back, before the accident. It had the same reddish hues and on the rear wing was a dark circle imitating an eye.