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Author Name: Freejohncarter 8 Comments
Date Added: July 31, 2007 15:07:40 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Spider

 

 

 

Spider

 

The spider weaves its deadly web

His work he must perform

For he was born with silken thread

A gift of entrapment

To his lonely bed.

He lies there waiting

Anticipating you

As you fly around

Excited by the sound

Emitting from his web

A moment you will dread

From the time he placed

The pillow to your head

 

 

 

 

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Comment By: FreeHannah Mae on November 24, 2007 10:35:57 PM Report
oooo, creeepy! I am always afraid some spider taking a jaunt across my ceiling will drop into my mouth in the middle of the night. Yipe! Great write though :)

~Shanna

Comment By: FreeAdri on September 3, 2007 03:30:20 AM Report
Wow, another brilliant piece.  Your me metaphoric writes are always amazing, the way you weave it together.  A great piece as always.
Adri x

Comment By: ModeratorJillian K. Alexis on September 2, 2007 07:28:18 AM Report
This is very nice John! I enjoyed reading it very much. Wonderfully penned my friend...Hugz...Jillian
Comment By: FreeChuck on August 4, 2007 02:15:53 AM Report

I really like this piece...the spider on the web...I like that idea...it seems so simple yet there appears to be so much in here...for me...I feel that the work he must perform is actually his art...or poetry...weaving the words....and spreading them out...and he hangs onto them and waits for You to join him in his entrapment to them...he was born with this...he is one with it.... just as You soon will be...he calls to you with his lyrical verse....and waits for you to come...he needs you there...so he can feed on you...to survive...and you fly into it...almost by accident...and he takes you in...and spins you up before there is anything you can do about it...and it is beautiful...so much in here for me.


Comment By: FreeRobin Constantinou on August 2, 2007 04:56:45 PM Report
mysterious things those spiders, beautiful creatures though and this portrays them perfectly, well done, great write,

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on July 31, 2007 11:30:59 PM Report
John,
I know all about this deadly spider bed!!  Your awesome!!
Hugs ~ Scarlett

Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on July 31, 2007 04:36:46 PM Report
met a few of them in my time lol

Well written John as always

Ali x

Comment By: FreeJoe on July 31, 2007 03:42:07 PM Report
Nice write John, very appropriate and I enjoyed the suttleness in it. Joe




 


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