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Spider Misunderstood

Creepy crawly spider climbing up a tree Sparkling eyes outstanding looking right at me I stare right back at the beady baubles Hoping not to be seen When it jumps right out of its great big web And lands upon my blue jean I flutter, I flap, I scream and stamp But intact the spider stays Clinging on for the love of it Enjoying the sways and sways I begin to calm to look a while To observe this spiders truth Then it jumped right on my shoulder I truly hit the roof Again I screamed, I flapped and jumped As spider rocked with joy I spun and spun and fell right down This spider had a ploy It looked at me those blackened eyes Then a tear it did display She wasn’t trying to scare me But wanted just to play.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2021

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Date: 12/28/2021 11:00:00 AM
My father-in-law climbed the walls at the mere hint of a spider; you must have seen him! Enjoyed, Angela! (the captcha code is BAM)
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Angela Tune
Date: 12/28/2021 11:01:00 AM
Awww your poor father in law! Thanks Rico x
Date: 12/27/2021 5:35:00 PM
Angie I truly truly love this…it’s so innocently captivating. Like I said before “ childrens books”! I absolutely hate spiders I wouldn’t be looking into no eyes of theirs…..Yucko!!!
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Angela Tune
Date: 12/28/2021 3:26:00 AM
Hahahahaha your funny....about the eyes I mean :) hmmmm ye I will give it some more thought about the children’s books, Thankyou my friendy xxx