Tag Archives: insects

The Fun of Writing Outdoors

With summer here, many people find that they want to spend as much time outside as possible.  Usually because I’m writing this in May, so I have no idea if we’re still under lockdown or not.  Last thing I heard … Continue reading

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Always with the Bugs!

I’m guilty of this myself, but there’s something about bugs being used as obstacles and monsters that goes through the ages.  Flesh-eating beetles, giant spiders, worms of various terrains, so many flies, and other creepy crawlies simply litter fiction.  You … Continue reading

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Scholar Flies

They emerged Upon the start of all Born from the corpse Of a timeless void Murdered By the opening of history Called the Scholar Flies They form the greatest swarm Releasing a thunderous hum As if they are pondering All … Continue reading

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Invasion of the Unwanted

Buzzing among the lights Skittering in the dark The infestation has begun They strike without a care Causing pain and strife I try to stop their entry Yet they also slip inside Finding holes I did not see Or waiting … Continue reading

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