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The Greatest Halloween Terror is not a Spider


“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.” — Martin Luther King, Jr.


Halloween is a candylicious 

        fun for kids time of year

        and the ugly monster

        with the orangish hair

        (who is a reflection of a sick national immorality)

        is mostly what we should fear




Halloween Spider (1) Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2017

Halloween Spider (2) Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2017

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  1. I’ve just bought sweets in case any kids come by on Halloween. 🙂
    Great poem and quote – for the real Halloween terror!


  2. The beautiful orb spider…she is my favorite! I have been hunting all season for her, in my gardens, with no luck. I have seen her every year until now. Thank you for posting this. Hoping I might still get lucky!🕷🕷🕷


  3. Great quote by Martin Luther King…those who no doubt knew about numerous high profile cases in recent years such as Harvey Weinstein or Jimmy Savile are just as guilty as the are really…I hope they feel proud of themselves. Great photo.


  4. Both spider photos are beautiful — the second one is very impressionistic. Changing colours and focus often helps us see things in a different way. Thanks.


  5. : {Hands flailing in air/screaming and running} :


    Happy Halloween,



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