I am having trouble locating recently posted poems. If someone could point me in their direction, I would be grateful. If, on the other hand, there is no such collection, perhaps I may be allowed to kick things off here with a silly poem that I submitted back in 2015. Please consider adding your own contributions. ARACHNOPHILIA The battle had ended and that's when I spied her - surrounded by dead, a magnificent spider. There we were, the spider and I. Facing each other. Eye to eye. Corpses of people and spiders all 'round... all but us dead, and nary a sound. As we studied each other with cautious respect I lowered my weapon, for I could detect a sad, lonely tear in one of her eyes - and what happened next came as quite a surprise. She lifted a leg, and placed it on me then beckoned I follow her under a tree. It was there we discovered a passion so great that the spider and I proceeded to mate. Our 500 children now wander the land - a sight so inspiring, moving and grand. Some have two legs, and others have eight but all think the taste of humans is great.