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shygirlKinda shy better writer than talker
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Descriptive poem about spiders.


by shygirl

Black and silky like the deepest part of night.

Soft hairs gently bristle off the legs like whisps of cotton.

Long spindly legs connected to such a small round body like an odd sculpture.

The beady black eyes are tiny gems that shine and glisten even in the dark.

Silent but ever so observant and skilled.

Small but intimidating so many powers that prove the superiority of its beauty and talent.

Delicate webs that ensnare unsuspecting prey in the glittering silk with the strength of steel.

The little creature so misunderstood and under-appreciated in this giant world.

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This was a love ode to the spider. They make out life better. Great post!!!!!!