A Silly Spider Rhyme

May 23, 2009
By Risey BRONZE, Mississauga, Other
Risey BRONZE, Mississauga, Other
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To all of those with weakened hearts,
With these warning words take heed:
Beware the spider's true intentions,
Your simple soul falls short to her need.

She preys upon your easy heart,
In her song she hides her true request;
She wants little of your loving words,
Her desires outweigh all the rest.

Many have fallen deep in her web,
Lost forever in her hypnotizing eyes;
Few have escaped the pain that she causes
When she finally casts off her thin disguise.

Don't cry when the truth is finally shown.
Disregard any weak sign of regret.
For a warning has been fairly given,
And the spider's trap; long been set.

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