Cobwebs - Poem by Joseph Enright
By dawns early morning haze,
In admiration I did gaze,
At work of beauty so profound,
So intricate to astound.
An architectural wonder to behold,
A spiders web...designed so bold,
Assembled quickly with no noise,
A truly wondrous sight.
Suspended by silken threads of steel,
Threads extend like spokes of wheel,
A triangular web between two twigs
A deadly trap for flies to kill.
Covered in dewdrops it did shine,
A silken palace...so divine
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