"I am hearing poetry when awake,
dreaming poetry when asleep,
breathing poetry with each breath,
I am living in a poem."
I do think the flies would tend to agree with you!
Even from gilded cages there is no escape... It reminds me of a story I heard on a podcast about Hedi Lamarr's first marriage with a weapon's mogul.
It would be more than welcome to my flies and mosquitos!But I do love ' silk annoyance' and 'predator's parlour'.
How cleverly they set their traps! Wonderful take Susie!Hank
I agree, love the terms "silk annoyance" and "predator's parlor"Beautifully penned.Lots of love,Sanaa
I love this, "silk annoyance" and "predator's parlor", the descriptive words I mean and not necessarily the critter :-)
I love the alliteration of "predator's parlor". I'm guessing the housefly is not particularly enamored of that gilded cage either. This was so delightfully crafted.
Yikes! "Predator's parlor" is just awesome.
What a metaphor as well! Not all is lovely beneath beautiful "masks" and fancy exteriors.
A clever trap indeed. Not all that sparkles is gold, eh? Well done.
Hah, I read this as the spider being all annoyed while spinning. So annoying!
Maybe it's my mood today, but "prison sparkles" really touches me. Says a lot.
Oh heck! I read your poem wrong and now I can't edit it. I am so sorry! Please delete the other comment as I can't see it. I have misread before and it will happen again. Lol! It was lovely Susie! Hugs! Bekkie
I agree, though there is an old mountain remedy that says putting spider webs on a wound helps it stop bleeding. I've never tried it though : )
Yikes-- but on the other hand--not so good for mosquitos! k.
Well that's a new interesting way of describing a spider's intrusionMuch love...
Neat and complete. I love it.
A predator's parlour! What an excellent description!
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