"Swearing great hope, the exiled risk across the globe,
and dream of riches and revenge." -- Spes Fallax -- Lucius Annaeus Seneca or pseudo-Seneca, trans Doyle --
What a very interesting comparison - I'll never view a mantis in quite the same way again :)
Wow, this is powerful. I share the un-ease. "Come and be lunch." Great writing!
Ha! Well, that's one mating dance I'll be happy to miss. Sounds like he might lose his head over you, though. ;-)
Great picture... and you blew me away with this clever piece.
Ok...the metaphor to top all metaphors! Great job. vb
he looks leafy and fragileit is strange that creatures so smallengage in the same courtships that we doour ecology is amazing
Very cleverly imagined and expressed!
witty poem you've crafted here. great image as well
Like a true American politician.
That's the exact feeling I get whenever I meet someone with an abusive personality. Fantastic capture in your words and the photo is incredible. Elizabeth
I can sense a helpless feeling of wanting to break free.
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Oh this is good!Anna :o]
this is most amazing ... and ever so slightly unexpected!
A bit confronting for the reader, but more confronting for you. Fancy being accosted by a horny grown up ET!
I had one of these on my hummingbird feeder. I found out they like to eat hummingbirds, I bounced him off, 3 times. He wasn't eating my friends, today! Powerful write, you added the weird, green blood and it works!
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