Academic journal article Hecate

Spiderwoman and Snow White Fight It Out

Academic journal article Hecate

Spiderwoman and Snow White Fight It Out

Article excerpt

I keep myself under my pillow,

two of me.

One pinky slough of spider skin,

legs in can-can, legs in air girl,

undie frills for flash and twirl girl.

Show off, show off,

come on under warm, cosy feather spider.

Spider can-can, spider can-not.

Little spider, timid spider like a

crab in fat boy's hand the claws go up in fight.

Ha ha!

What do you think you are in armour crispy chip

in grey pink dead on shell under pillow squished by my head?

'Poor spider crab, poor baby crab on white.'

Until I see the other me

the black fang, black shine

black heart spider me.

The mummy me.

The nasty, mean, dry-feed me,

two black-bum shine spider me.

Scuttle up, scuttle up now

the wall, the wall.

You drive me up the wall.

I drive you up the wall,

you say, you up the

black breasted monster

baby-killing spider wall.

You dry black slaps of

rubber coat with cheap silk so's scarf. …

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