Do you kill insects or shoo them away? Think
for a moment – you’re a fly or a spider
with a life span of 60 hours or so
and it’s the middle of March in Michigan.
Cold. Dark. Dangerous, the world is. You, as a
bug, find an entrance to a house and walk in
– not to take up residence – just to warm your
appendages for a while. Boom! Boom! Boom!
In lumbers a human with great prejudice
and a massive broomstick. Imagine knowing
you’re about to be murdered by a giant
because they refuse to share one iota…