Saturday, 12 April 2008

spider

spider


spider spider sitting tight
in the dark beyond the light
waiting for the night to start
then to play a spiders part
creeping crawling spinning webs
watching people in their beds
swinging down and climbing up
looking for a bug to sup
now if you lie there really still
and watch a spider do his drill
then you might learn how spiders work
to see him catch a bug's a perk
there was that old time scottish king
who watched a spider doing his thing
and learned a lesson through and through
of how to fight red white and blue
and send the bastards scurrying back
in terror of the scots attack
i don't mind spiders, well not much
they scare me less than snakes and stuff
of course they bite, sometimes we die
but does it help to wonder why
a spider does what he must do
he sometimes moves right in with you
and lives beside you quite unknown
and then he bites...his covers blown!


All materials Copyright © 2004-2008 by Eryll Oellermann

sincere thanks to cap'n dyke for spiderly inspiration!

3 comments:

Capn Dyke said...

Sincere an' warm welcome back, Me Able-SeaDyke...an' a soft kiss on yer cheek as well.

Margo Moon said...

Love this line:

swinging down and climbing up
looking for a bug to sup

Capn Dyke said...

Well said indeed