The below is a contribution to a project called space is there, and we're going to climb it. It's run by Andy Field up at Forest Fringe , Edinburgh. If you can't get to the page, the idea is to pay tribute to the history of human spaceflight by recreating or interpreting individual missions in whichever medium comes to hand or mind. (Just noticed the link on the FF website.)
So I drew Apollo 9 out of the hat, and here is my bit.
A spider in the corner of the living room.
My son Buzz
turns two and a half, two weeks today.
I do not think this is funny.
Buzz Aldrin is many things, but he is not an unevolved man.
The recipient of the blow is Bart Sibrel, a member of the fraternity of Apollo hoax accusers.
Two weeks before I turned two and a half, this happened.
Sometimes stuff really does happen, Bart.
Sometimes spiders fly.