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The Insect Invasions

Updated on August 12, 2011

Your doorstep...insects propelling themselves against your screen door...pure terror in undefinable numbers,

The door has opened...flies making their home in your homes extremities...demoralizing maggots crawling freely,

The lanes among your floorboards have been opened...the red tape cut for the cockroach racers to begin their march,

But fear not...the mice and rats will help to eat your insects...ecological masterpieces isn't it...friendly smiles everywhere,

The time has come...patterns undefined as moths and bees alike begin to war among the ceiling of your home,

Boom...boom...the walls shake from their sudden crash into them...the bees winning from their stingers...deadly K.O.,

The sounds of buzzing can be heard everywhere...the floors are trembling...snakes and rabbits fighting against each other for survival,

Bite...it happens...the spider was victorious...sneaky ninja attacks in the dark of night...webs sticky from Teflon substance,

Ring...Ring...the exterminator is here...and begins the spray...four hours later the smell of victory...another winter won...until next time.

Has your home ever been invaded by insects?

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      Sueswan 5 years ago

      The only invaders I get are silverfish.

      I spray with them water and flush them down the toilet.

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