God's unique creatures
One could only wonder am sure
Researchers made a quest
How intricate they make their nests.
They fire stringy silk
From the center spigot on their backs
And start shooting out the glue
From two side spigots, too!
They coat the dry silk of their webs
With a moist glue to detain flies
Which will later on become
Their food eaten like a gum.
You wonder how they don't get moist
On their own stuffy foulard joist
They just simply tiptoe around the glue
Which they deposit spheroidal globs.
Once done working on their web
They stay at the center of their net
And start waiting for their prey to be trapped
In their glue-coated spiral wrap.
Written for One Single Impression prompt