RHEY W. HEDGES

Rookie (November 02,1932 / FAIRPLAY, OHIO)

'BLACK WIDOW' SPIDER LOVE


“BLACK WIDOW” SPIDER LOVE


He cried: “Kiss and let go of me! ”
She sighed: “My kiss will set you free.”

He sighed: “Okay, now you are my Wife.”
She cried: “It’s one kiss; goodbye Life! ”

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Rhey W. Hedges, January 2,2008


{this makes good sense to nature lovers; however,
Wikipedia notes that contrary to popular belief, female
Black Widow Spiders only RARELY eat the male after mating}

Submitted: Tuesday, July 01, 2008

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