Innocence #midnighthaiku

The lodger appears

Mother makes introductions

Sons squeal in terror

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19 Responses to Innocence #midnighthaiku

  1. Running Elk says:

    Aw… he’s just a little ‘un… 😀


  2. PaperKutzs says:

    The spider in this photo or should I say this photo totally creeps me OUT!


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  4. Sadje says:

    It’s a big one.


  5. Jim Borden says:

    that’s a big spider…


  6. willowdot21 says:

    Oh! I don’t like that, sorry I would scream too ! 🕷️🕸️💜


  7. Widdershins says:

    I’m a rescuer and Mrs Widds is a squeaker. (but I think they’re wearing her down) I think that because of the rainy start to the year and late mosquito season, there are noticeably more spiders, and webs to be negotiated, than ever before.


  8. Jules says:

    I don’t mind small house spiders. And gift spiders the distance they need outside. I’ve had a web on my outdoor pole umbrella type clothes line for several days. I like seeing the beauty in the webs.
    I can’t always find the spider though. Some of the tubes structure don’t have end caps and I think that is where the spider retreats to. Especially if it is raining 🙂


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