A Gekko in our room

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There is a Gekko in our room I saw it move past me zoom! I was going to have a shower but there is a Gekko in our room and he’s been there for at least an hour.
We left him some chocolate on floor and opened wide the door but whether or not he has left we really are not sure.
Now there is a spider in the shower and to move it I have not got the  power. I really need to wash and change but there is a Gekko in our room and spider in the shower and that all makes me feel strange.

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The time is getting on so I must be brave and remove the spider from the shower. I’ll close my eyes and hopefully God will give me the power to remove it and deposit it outside with the flowers.
But still there is a Gekko in our room and he has no plans to leave anytime soon.

12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Vampire Weather
    Sep 18, 2012 @ 14:11:27

    I’ve had ants in my bed and spiders in my clothing of late, and this little story sounds familiar. Nature is a lovely thing, but I and my insects do better with a small bit of segregation. They cannot seem to work out proper turn-taking etiquette. Good to read your work again, Willow!


  2. johnallenrichter
    Sep 19, 2012 @ 15:23:13

    No no no! Just move out Willowdot! Save yourself! Let them have the house, you can find a new one….. Gecko in the house! Gecko in the house! Get out get out get out get out get out! LOL! I hate bugs and lizards are God’s special torture for me…..


  3. kate58
    Sep 19, 2012 @ 16:00:13



  4. Betty Hayes Albright
    Sep 21, 2012 @ 03:34:47

    Oh my! Spiders I’m used to having around, but not gekko’s! Enjoying your colorful poetry, Willow. 🙂


  5. simon7banks
    Sep 24, 2012 @ 10:41:39

    Bouncy and funny!


  6. jillnottelten
    Sep 24, 2012 @ 20:24:17

    Love the Gecko! There used to be a little white one that visited my room and sit on the roof just over my bed every night when I was a small girl. I used to call ‘her’ Elizabeth (for Lizzie – Lizard) and talk to her – she was kind of luminescent and I could still see ‘her’ when the lights were out. ‘She’ was about 5cm long and about 5mm wide just like a little white garden gecko.
    I understand about the spider. I spent years rescuing my brother from them and then both him and his wife. The both had to pull the car over on the side of a freeway once and jump out because a big huntsman appeared in the car while they were travelling – but they used to keep a big can of insect spray in the car for such occasions so they bravely drowned it with half a can of that. They have become more brave now and show no fear because they have a child!
    If I were around I would have taken care of your spider for you with my boot!


    • willowdot21
      Sep 24, 2012 @ 22:00:27

      Such a wonderful and lovely tale, Lizzie who visited you every night and sat above your head and shared your secrets and joys and fears. Did she ever answer you back. I like the fact that she glowed in the dark! I hope you did not live near a nuclear power station! I can also understand your brother and later his wife’s fear of spiders I fear them too! It is amazing how the arrival of a child has made them brave. As to the spider in the shower luckily for her ( the spider) my partner is almost a Buddhist in his respect of all animals and insects so he removed said spider with a glass and a paper and released it outside! Much to my relief! I am very pleased to hear from you Jill nice to have you back on WP! 🙂


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