by Robert Frost
He has dust in his eyes and a fan for a wing,
A leg akimbo with which he can sing,
And a mouthful of dyestuff instead of a sting.
What insect is Robert Frost talking about? The answer is he dusty road grasshopper that flies from spot to spot exposing a yellow underwing and when caught lets you have it by spitting up a brownish liquid from its mouth. Frost had no doubt caught one and experienced firsthand that insect's defensive mechanism!
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