Fear Of The Unknown – A Riddle

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It’s an animal, a predator, hidden and smart

It’s scary, strange and to catch it is hard.

It has legs, but no feelers, no fur and no wings

It envelops prey, it bites and sometimes stings.

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It has no tongue and doesn’t have teeth

But it has pincers and poison underneath.

You find it in forests, in basements in corners around

It does scare you sometimes, but not with sound.

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Superstition says seeing it in the morning makes the day bad

But meeting it at night should make you feel glad.

Some of them are useful, and some are dangerous to see

depending where you live, you better flee.

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Some are as tiny as dust you don’t know they are there.

But some others are huge, these are the ones that scare.

Some live in holes and await there their prey

Some others build webs, where they lurk and sway.

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But no matter what kind you meet, just please take care

You can see them all over, no matter where!

As for me, seeing one means holding my breath

No matter how small each one scares me to death!

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I am pretty strong, I’m as well quite tough

But seeing one of these to me is enormously rough.

My heart pumps fast, sweat drops and my eyes get wider

Seeing me like this tells you clearly: I’ve seen a spider…

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(Copyright: June 2016, Aurora Jean Alexander)

 

 

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