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          Even Angels Will Fall

          On the day we finally moved into the e-world
          we discovered many could not handle the transition.

          We put their virtual bodies into zip file institutions
          on the slim possibility that one day we could wake them.

          The first weeks were all about the candle-lit vigils
          but eventually we just got on with it.

          Some of us flourished, especially those who hadnt
          had much truck with reality to begin with.

          We programmed our own laws of physics.
          I became a blonde angel modelled on one Id seen

          in an old-school TV ad for antiperspirant.
          I landed on the pavement next to my ex

          but he had missed the point entirely
          and was still bitter and old and unimpressed

          Rachel Coventry
            ?/span>The Moth is a beautiful creature?/span> David Mitchell

          It manages to have gravitas and coolness simultaneously?/span> National Poetry Library (UK)

          ?/span>No other magazine like it?/span> Billy Collins

          ?/span>A rare literary gem?/span> Dermot Healy

          ?/span>The Moth is an amazing magazine?/span> Donal Ryan

          ?/span>The Moth magazine is a thing of beauty?Caoilinn Hughes












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