Bergen Catholic Talisman

on-line edition of our literary magazine

Anglo-Saxon Riddle #47

A worm ate words. I though that wonderfully

Strange– a miracle– when they told me a crawling

Insect had swallowed noble songs,

A night-time thief had stoled writing

So famous, so weighty. But the bug was foolish

Still, though its belly was full of thought.

No Replies

Feel free to leave a reply using the form below!

Leave a Reply