Jennie Renee Sparrow
Black Widow - Poem by Jennie Renee Sparrow
By her beauty he was smitten,
He never even knew he was bitten,
After it was too late he realized he had been stricken.
Her body wove the perfect web of deceit,
He was helpless as he lay at her feet,
Once devoured her vicious attack would be complete.
She took a deep breath and sighed,
Then she gave him one last look before he died,
He begged and pleaded for his life as she smiled.
But his worries were none of her concern,
He looked into her cold heartless eyes as his insides began to burn,
Inside out beyond every inch his body was turned.
A reflection echoed in her own shadow,
Her shadows and webs were cast upon the window,
Without evidence from the victim of the black widow.
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