The Spiderweb Poem By John Ashton Upston Jan 2014

The Spiderweb Poem By John Ashton Upston Jan 2014

The Spiderweb Poem

Oh, I’m a hungry hungry spider,
Watch as I make my web grow,
Pluck a line here,
Catch a lady bug there,
And the look of terror in her eyes,
As she knows, oh I’m sucking her cold.
I eat her raw, from the inside out,
Drinking her virginal juices,
Oh the lusty moans I shout,
They don’t stop until the job is done,
Dark and decrepit I sink even further,
Alone, yes, But carried inside,
A thousand lost souls,
Trapped in a web, A web for a spider,
To live and be fed.

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