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“The ant is a centaur in his dragon world.”
Archie Ant and Bertha Beetle finally tied the knot.
It was a small affair, with 3,000 of his collective,
and 35 of her relatives. (Beetles are anti-social).
They invited the Wasps, but they felt the couple
was too black for their comfort. The Bees were
glad to come, bringing honey ale, and honeycomb
treats. The Hornets showed up with their musical
instruments. The Spiders arrived on their silken
Harleys, and became the security, keeping out
snakes and rodents.
For the big night they booked the Honeymoon
Suite at the top of the Hive Hotel. It had skylights
open to the Milky Way and a full bridal moon. After
hours of lovemaking, they folded up their fecund
wings, and in their dreams they sleep with the moon
beams dancing on their moist throbbing naked torsos.
Tomorrow, with the sunrise, their new life would
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