There Goes A Spider

Poem By Dr PJ Raj Kamal

There goes a spider, thin as air, up in the wall
Takes a walk, an old man's walk, in the hall
Not one, two, three, or four, many more
walking sticks so tall
Still, I wonder makes no sound of sticks
pounding, pounding at all

There goes a spider, not so fair, up in the wall
Takes a walk an old man's walk in the hall
Not one, two, three or four, many more
yarns it spins, so fair all
Still, I wonder makes no sound of wheels
turning, turning at all

Comments about There Goes A Spider

it shows human being is too inferior. a nice poem. i liked it.


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