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The Hunter And The Hunted

She could hear the rustle of the leaves
as she hid her fawn beneath the trees
You must be very still she told her fawn
as the sun rose on the early dawn
Soon the hunters will be here
and her fawn shook with fear
They heard a shot ring out
then a hunter shout
Thought I saw one over here
but it was a fox not a deer
We must stay hidden in the bush
or they will shoot the both of us
Then she licked his little snout
maybe tomorrow well go out
When the sun sets they will be gone
and you and I will be moving on
I will take you to a safer place
far from this human race
Soon the little fawn was fast asleep
And a Moms promise she could not keep
for as she drank from the pond at night
A hunters gun had her in its sight
another trophy he won he was pleased
and now another fawn is left to freeze

carolann Crowley    12/2/05

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  1. Date: 7/15/2014 11:14:00 PM

    Carolann, what a thoughtful poem you have written that leaves the reader to muse..

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