The Black Widow Spider Poem Written By Norma Hutchinson
The Black Widow Spider Poem
My shattered life is like the forsaken Black Widow spider.
The victim’s detestation does not even show passion to me.
I bit my victim in two and also hurt them in the process.
The more I hurt my victim in the process, the more woe I have
and hope they are still my friend tomorrow.
The deeper I sink my teeth into my victim,
the more fatal my poisonous venom becomes and hope the fatal
poison doesn’t execute them.
I think of all the hard times I’ve had, just by being nice and
friendly, but it does not work.
When I let go of my victim and hope they do not smash me,
But have the time, I get squashed and hope my sin are forgiven.
Then time was wasted for unanswered dreams and in the process
making new friends.
But I never did.
Life has gone without a prayer, without friends and for someone
to love me.
The next time you see a Black Widow spider, ask yourself,
“Could my life be like a Black Widow spider’s?”
Copyright ©2007 Norma Hutchinson
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