The View From Here

Last week I shared with you a story from my true crime archives about an uninvited guest at tea time. If you missed it and want to catch up here it is: Along Came A Spider. It occurred to me that there’s always two sides to every story and I feel I owe it to dear Boris to give him the last word. Turns out Boris is rather long winded so I’ve broken up his tale into pieces that I will share through out the week. I hope you like it!

An Edited iPhone Snap from Eric Carle's Very Busy Spider

An Edited iPhone Snap from Eric Carle’s Very Busy Spider

No One Will Find Me Here

Some thought he was odd. Others thought he was kind of cute. Boris thought of himself as an artist weaving tapestries with his legs. Insects, especially dopey flies were drawn to the elaborate mesmerizing beauty of his webs. Ultimately they found themselves suddenly stunned, immobile, and all at once enveloped in a snug, sticky sleeping bag from which they would never awake. His artwork, a warm safe place to nod off, and a regular dose of punk rock were all he needed to feel satisfied with life on the other side of the cupboard.

Until one day…

It was an ordinary evening the cupboard was quiet. After meeting a fly for dinner, Boris began spinning a new creation. The sound of weary footsteps approaches and the cupboard door swings open. Boris scurries into the nearest dark corner for protection. From what?

****to be continued****

 

  One thought on “The View From Here

  1. April 1, 2014 at 6:55 am

    Oh my, Sandra, a multi-cliffhanger. What will happen next? You have weaved a suspenseful start to Boris’ tale.

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    • April 1, 2014 at 9:56 am

      Yes. What Mark said. (I know this is a cop out comment. Ha!)

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      • April 1, 2014 at 5:58 pm

        No such thing as a cop out comment! I’m happy to hear whatever you have to say, Christopher. And it’s never a bad idea to follow Beels’ lead. I often do the same. 😉

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    • April 1, 2014 at 5:55 pm

      Thanks Mark! It kinda took on a life of it’s own. Glad you like it so far!

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  2. April 1, 2014 at 11:46 am

    It’s lovely! 🙂

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