I like working in the structured format. Here's version 1.
patient orb weaver
waits for the next fat insect
then comes the lizard
Best laid plans of mice and spiders. But the last line too closely echoes my apple haiku, and I don't want to get into a rut. Plus, "fat" is superfluous - it's just in there to hit the syllable count.
Then I remembered first-third line interchangeability, so I wanted to bring that into it.
as then next insect arrives
the lizard is pleased
Lizard might be pleased, but I'm not. Spider's epiphany is a reach too far, and somehow this just doesn't sit right.
trapped insect panics
in orb weaver's silken threads
lizard licks his lips