Inner Whispers

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* Blackwidow's Web - Poem by Inner Whispers

Distinctive black and red colored crawler creature
Shiny black and hourglass shaped on the underside feature,
They come in variation size, reproduces sexually
Into spermathical openings yet few remain survivors really.

It consumed her mate for sexual cannibalism
Though small but extremely potent as she has venom,
Misconception been heard, as they are known killer after they mate
'Coz males that escape it's web can still mate another mate...

I have seen how spider's crawl, do shots, made a file
Amazingly they can weave their web few minutes in mile,
And as I measure their strings, surely it can produce rolls
Of thread and catches any insect who will pass thru it!

Can I weave a web too, I asked myself
So I can catch any who comes in lustful prey,
A killer of mate? Huh! Hmn... I can do it, why not?
Killing him with my lOve as strong as blackwidow's heart!

I wish to do a web so I can lay my man uptight
In the middle or in between, holding him tight,
As I dream to have him right by my side
Kill him with my love and lust, never will I subside!

Who will dare to mate a killer blackWidow, hmn?
If she is trained only to hunt, mate and to kill?
Who will have the courage to steal her heart
And tame her to be a meriful goddess of love and lust?

Can you...hmn?


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  • (6/11/2009 5:26:00 AM)

    I will envy the man who will tame your heart... (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 27, 2009

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 16, 2011


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