The Spider's Web
The web is sparling with the morning dew
Like diamonds set with a jeweler's tool
The sun is warm, the web is cool
This dealy treasure, awaits a fool
It's room is ready, the spider waits
For one who will not hesitate
To share the beauty of this estate
Before the diamonds, seals it's fate!
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Lori Ann Day (126.96.36.199) -- Sunday, February 23 2003, 09:20 pm|
I always rescue the poor little creatures that get caught by these jewel thieves, and hope that I will be rescued just the same. I've lived in this estate, and by the grace of God, I made it out before it was too late, but oh, that web can be a sticky fate. Remember, fools rush in where angels fear to tread, so I guess that means I've got to earn my wings! Bye-bye!
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