10.17 …a trio of arachnids…

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10.17 …a trio of arachnids…

careful hunter dwells
in the midst of tented webs
vibrations tell tales

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrtophora)

mother wore a black
cloak: a red hourglass on its
back… merry widow

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latrodectus)

tiny venomous
little thing with three pairs of
eyes…is rather shy

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_recluse_spider

Β©JP/dh

Note: Some spiders make tents, some Black Widows
do have marking on their back but usually the red hourglass
is on the underside,and the brown recluse would rather be left alone.

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12 thoughts on “10.17 …a trio of arachnids…

  1. a new glossary of spiders … though in theory I like spiders … I do prefer them at a distance. you’ve done a great job here describing the different types I’d probably prefer to avoid, but you’ve done a great job weaving the haiku! πŸ˜‰

  2. Wonderful and delightful – spiders – providing they aren’t over-sized, in my opinion, are fascinating. πŸ™‚

    • hmm… just when you come for a visit don’t look to keenly at the abandoned silks up in the corners of the rooms here… As long as they are little I try to scoop them up in a cup, tuck a paper underneath them and toss them outside.

  3. My daughter freaked last night because there was a spider sitting on her plug socket and she spotted it as she plugged in the charger for her Kindle. Then my son – only slightly nervous of spiders – refused to sleep in his room for two nights because the big spider in there had gone into hiding.

    I like these three haiku. They are enjoyable

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