Fear not the man who bears the sword

Or he who comes from space, for

The one to fear is watching from

Her secret hiding place.

This hostile foe awaits you and –

She knows your every move.

With cunning stealth she’ll strike you

And your blood she will remove.

Her tiger stripes mean trouble and

Your blood is what she takes.

It’s this that helps produce her eggs,

And she never makes mistakes.

She’ll quietly do her wicked deeds

Whilst you are unaware.

Be always on your guard therefore.

Protect yourself with care.

Spray repellent on your clothing

Spray repellent on your skin –

Don’t leave your water sitting out

In jugs, or bowls or tins.

Please don’t forget your animals –

Their blood is tasty too.

Mosquitoes, creatures hated most,

Have got their eyes on you.

Copyright 2007

www.whiteheadm.co.uk - Josie's poems
Wow...it makes sense to me.
I feel so familiar with such insect. You know it reminds me about my junio camp last summar.
It was tough. I should say..., "I bloody hate mosquito".
Anyways, I do like his poem. I like narrative technique, symbol.
Are you the composer of this peom?
If so, what is you intention or associative meaning behind my thought?
Keep doing good job...

What does the mosquito have to do with Asian?

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What does the mosquito have to do with Asian?

The Asian Tiger Mosquito is a species of mosquito that originated in Asia, but has now spread to many other parts of the world.

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What does the mosquito have to do with Asian?

The Asian Tiger Mosquito is a species of mosquito that originated in Asia, but has now spread to many other parts of the world.

I didn't know that the mosquito was originated from Asia. Also, at first I thought that was Aedes aegepty.

I am the writer of this post and since writing this I've written 1,450 new poems and they are for all age groups. As well as being published in educational books, they're all being moved to my new website: JOSIESPOEMS.COM I'd love you all - well, those who love poetry - to come and see the years and years of work I've done and am still doing. Write good poetry. It is your legacy for the following generations to enjoy.

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