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'Tis Beyond Any Human Being

Posted Saturday 5th June 2010 at 01:14 by Francis Duggan
'Tis beyond any human being for to explain
How such a tiny insect could have such a great brain
Such beautiful webs with their silk they create
Though I have yet to hear one say that spiders are great
Arachnaphobia as we know is a common fear
Of people who panic when they see a spider near
They scream out in fear as they run away
And their fear of spiders till death with them stay
Though some spider bites leave people feeling ill
Few spiders have enough toxin in them a human being for to kill
A dangerous human being than a dangerous spider far easier to find
As humans have killed millions of their own kind
Yet the beauty a spider from it's tiny self can create
Than anything a human can do is perhaps far more great.
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