I’m Only A Spider – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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At dVerse Sarah is hosting at the Poets Pub with an invitation to write about Creepies and crawlies.

dVerse Poets – Poets Pub – Creepies and Crawlies

Video taken in the Mundy Regional Park – this is a red-headed mouse spider (Missulena sp. Insignis)

“Spiders – so needed and yet so misunderstood.” Donna Lynn Hope

I’m Only A Spider

With a furry little flurry I'm always on the scurry when a shadow intrudes to remind me that you're so beyond big I can't flirt with you, and so I run and run, though slowly, so as not to attract your attention to my plight as I take flight with all my might, that I could make for cover fast, as in the past, and at last I would hide my pride in the shrubbery in recovery, and start my day all over again, without your imposing shadow and, unlike my…

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