Entanglement

“Spider silk

is thirty times thinner

than a human hair and very light,

but do not let this fool you.

It is the strongest fiber

found in nature.”

— Kay DeSilva

silk spun in the lawn

traps passing lions and things

webs stronger than steel

*   *   *

Trapped ~ Golden Silk Spider spins sticky traps for the unwary • Photo by Jan Logozzo • “Entanglement” haiku poem by Mary O’Connor

© 2022

Waiting for Spring to arrive?

Make it happen faster by losing yourself in the pages of Passing Shadows. Reflective and at times amusing, this joy-centered book is filled with surprising photos, paintings and poignant three-line haiku poems, all uncovering unexpected moments of sunshine and renewal. Available at local retail shops, as well as at the Florence Griswold Museum and on Amazon.com.


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