Francis Duggan


We All Have Our Phobias 'Twould Seem - Poem by Francis Duggan

She is quite scared of bigger spiders even at the sight of one with fear she scream
But otherwise she is a tough one we all have our phobias 'twould seem
Some Human Beings are far more dangerous than spiders though she doesn't see it that way
Even the most dangerous of spiders have seldom ever killed Humans they go after much smaller prey.

She lives in fear of big huntsman spiders though humans huntsman never bite
She screams aloud in a great panic if a big one she happens to sight
She has had counselling about her phobia though her fear it is with her to stay
The fears that are in our subconscious are with us till our life's last day.

A woman in her early sixties she has raised a big family
And one with a wealth of life's experiences and few as knowledgeable as she
In the ways and workings of Nature yet of spiders she does live in fear
Whenever she sights a big spider her loud screams of panic one hear.

She suffers of arachnophobia of spiders she is terrified
A phobia that never will leave her though to rid herself of it she has tried
We all have our fears and our phobias of things very large and quite small
And she lives in fear of big spiders and big huntsmen she fears most of all.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 18, 2008



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