Nim Lee


The Happy Man In The Chinese Restaurant: Part 3 The Spider Smiled - Poem by Nim Lee

The Spider sat in the corner of the Chinese restaurant
Admiring his web
It was a beautiful web and very well made.

A fly, attracted by the smelly drain came along
He flew around the restaurant, looking for some food,
He was hungry and his belly was biting.
He made a mistake, he didn’t see the web,
He fell into the trap.

The Spider sat in the corner of the Chinese restaurant
Admiring his fly
It was a big fat fly and looked very juicy
He licked his lips.
The Spider smiled.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 2, 2010



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