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Black Widow
By Flying Fox AKA Ted L Glines
Sunday, March 02, 2008

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Like many times, I really do not know where this one came from. My muse must have been rowdy! Sometimes my muse is not content with sun-rises or sun-sets and love-n-light. Sometimes my muse has a blood-glint in her eye...

Black Widow

by Ted L Glines


Blondes have the most fun. That's what “they” say. Nope. My Sorceress does it best. Partnered up with her latest Sorcerer husband, she ventures out to kill monsters. Sorcerer hubby runs out in front. Monsters spot him and they concentrate on him. Surrounding him. Attacking. And Sorceress stays back, using her magick to rain down meteors of deadly fire on her Sorcerer husband's position. Ahhhhhhhhhhhh ... STRIKE ... great splashes of fire all over the place! The fire meteors kill off the monsters (hubby is not harmed). Hubby is monster-bait. He is more than that. She loves him and her Sorcerer husband has a pet name. You see, my Sorceress is a Black Widow. Following this deadly battle, after all the monsters have been slain, she and her husband make mighty love (was it good for you?), and then his name is “Snack.” Crunchy and great with ketchup. She has good taste. He tasted good.


My Sorceress spins her web and lays her eggs in a silken womb where, in timely time, her daughter Sorceresses will hatch and grow.


In all her radiant beauty, with siren song so very sweet, it is not long until another Sorcerer comes to court my Sorceress. And he is so tough. So manly tough and mean. He cannot wait to go with her to battle dire monsters.


Love is sweet.


 


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Reviewed by Eileen Granfors 3/4/2008
Whoa! It makes you think about the way our world works, all things have a purpose. I can take spiders, but SNAKES make me shiver and scream and act like an idiot. Interesting point of view here,Ted.
Eileen
Reviewed by Mary Coe 3/3/2008
spiders gives me the creeps. However, this is a very good write.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 3/3/2008
I make the acquittance with a black-widow in Australia, nasty little thing, skinny li Twiggy and mean like Margaret Tatcher.
My black-widow was of arachnid species, but I encountered a couple of the others too. Deadly all of them, wear Nikes and start running!!!!

Georg
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 3/2/2008
kinda creepy date huh?
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/2/2008
*cringe* Next to storms, spiders practically undo me - have been bitten four times by brown recluses - not deadly, per se, but they'll sure put a hole in yer hide (rot out the skin) - still, taut writing spins a web ... draws the reader in ... next thing you know - STRIKE! A snack! LOL Well penned, Ted, love your stories. Deadly accurate.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/2/2008
Interesting look from the inside out of a devious woman/animal/insect whatever...ugh, me no like spiders.
Fee
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/2/2008
Oh, NICE, Ted! An arachid, and one of the worst kinds, too! If I have nightmares tonight, I'm blamin' YEW! But this is good; very well penned! BRAVO!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D




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