m. smith, an uncommon species of the order lepidoptera, is delicate but unusual in its beauty and may repel the casual observer. however, it rewards the true enthusiast with the vibrancy of its colour and the unpredictable patterns of its flight.

affectionately known in certain circles as a fluttering contradiction, distinction, or even sometimes erroneously contradistinction, this naturally shy and retiring creature has the interesting effect of causing other varieties of its genus to become spontaneously supine in its presence, in which position they will often remain indefinitely, even after the embarrassed removal of the offending m. smith.

for expert correspondence on this fascinating insect, please write to marc(at)maJicland(dot)com.




2 responses so far

  1. you are indeed a rare and delicate species of butterfly!!!!

  2. youre a ladykiller.

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