Out walking I stumbled, Into a sticky web, Quickly getting up, I checked ahead, A sea of misty white, Laid before me, Like a blanket laid, By a giant to ensnare me, *** What was that, The sound of clicking, The eerie noise, From just behind me, "Who has entered my domain", I jump and turn, There before me, The giant stood, *** All eight black eyes, Pierced my soul, It's black hairs rustling, As it moved, "Just passing through", I pleaded, "Stay awhile", It invited, All the while I scream inside, Run you fool, Run and hide.
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