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Poem: Spider

Spider
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Poem: Spider

Spider

Spider

Josie Benitez

Spider

Josie Benitez

Josie Benitez

Spider

Wilmer Peralta Rodriguez

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There she stood, admiring her design.

Her web was reminiscent of a windmill as it barely sparkled in the dull bathroom light.

The perfect curves at each corner accentuated it’s beauty.

It was her armor, and she was proud of it.

But with a People Magazine swift swat, her honor was temporarily destroyed.

Until the next minute, she spewed a silk donkey, to taxi her back to the web’s former position.

She returned to work, crafting her intricate, fragile design once more.

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