How I Hate Spiders Poem By Dorothy A Jul 2010

How I Hate Spiders Poem By Dorothy A Jul 2010

How I Hate Spiders Poem

I’m not Little Miss Muffet
From a spider I won’t run away
I’ll just squish you in a tissue
Or grab a can of bug spray

If that won’t be sufficient
If that would not do
I’d just take off my footwear
And smash you with my shoe!

Spider, Spider there I see you
crawling upon my bedroom wall
You give me nothing but the creeps
with every single inch you crawl

You may weave interesting webs
But don’t think I’m making nice
If I were not human (but a fly)
I’d be an entangled, delicious bite!

I hate your figure-eight, rounded body
I hate your dangly legs, eight
Is there anything about you I like?
No, I think everything about you I hate!

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