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Transparent terror.
A late night walk.  Spider web.
Face to face meeting.

(C) Copy written, 8 October, 2004, by Karla Dorman.

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Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 10/11/2004
Excellent write
God Bless
Reviewed by Katryn Dougherty 10/10/2004
and then you can never get rid of that feeling of the web. I hate spiders, but I love to look at the amazing work they do with their webs. Definitely haiku material.
Reviewed by Rebekah Rosie Lang 10/10/2004
I cannot STAND spiders!
YUCK! Excellent Haiku!
Reviewed by Paul Berube 10/9/2004
Excellent haiku. I usually walk into a couple of them everyday and I hate spiders.
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 10/9/2004
LOL, You sure know how to make this ducks feathers fluff with fear
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 10/9/2004

How Could you do this to me????????

At least I did not see the owner of the web!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 10/9/2004
Just what I needed to read just before bed time...thanks, Ed
Reviewed by jude forese 10/8/2004
"transparent terror" ... great image this is scary ku ...
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 10/8/2004
This can make the skin feel a bit itchy! :-)
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 10/8/2004
i love spiders from a far
i would have run away screaming

enjoyed take care lady!!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 10/8/2004
Karla another Fantastic Ku! You have
a knack for choosing real and events and
making them into fantastic happenings!Kudo's!
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 10/8/2004
It's the spiders again! Oh, I squashed a fat brown one last night. Brown sends off a big red flag. Yikes! Karla, thank you for being so supportive of me. You're the best.
Reviewed by Susan Barton (Reader) 10/8/2004
EWWWWW I'm not a big fan of the arachnids
Reviewed by A PAX 10/8/2004
This has me thinking of poor little Bilbo Baggons......very picturesque weave of fright here :)
anita :)
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 10/8/2004
Who yer gunna call, BUG busters.

When in doubt give it a clout. (Looks down with disdain at Ed)
Reviewed by Lori Moore 10/8/2004
I hate running into spider webs... Yuck!
Reviewed by Peter Paton 10/8/2004
Ya...Quite a sticky need to worry though Karla..the poor spider is more frightened of he scampers away..
Nice Haiku
Reviewed by F William Broome 10/8/2004
Oh, What a web you did leave... once you got the hell away from it! I like this one a whole lot. Thanks heaps. - Bill
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 10/8/2004
this was all TOO real for me as I walked out my back door only a few nights ago and realized I had web - AND the spider - on my face. yikes.
Reviewed by Gaye Dale (Reader) 10/8/2004
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 10/8/2004
AGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (she says, beatin' herself halfway to death, getting the webbing off her face, hoping there's not an eight-legged visitor riding on her face...ICK! *cringe, cringe*)

crrrrreeeeeeeeepy, chilling write that is sure to get the spider phobics' hearts racing and their blood congealing into a solid block of ice...well done! BRRRRRRRRR!!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your twin, karen lynn. :)
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 10/8/2004
Excellent! Love creepy-crawly encounters - especially around Halloween.

And I can even picture that Mad Splatterer, Andy, caught in that lovely thick spider's web - screaming out in terror, not a soul nearby to help...Uh, sorry, Karla. Started getting carried away again with the Bug-Splat thing.
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