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the bear and the ballerina

grizzly grazing a meadow pretending not to notice the dancer wind shifting-it stands horribly- tall sniffs the air pivots nonchalantly methodically swaggers appetite enhanced moment ignited by the ancient guide it charges-bloody eyed stomping the meadow blossoms it swats at the dancer again -again and again as she flits toward the cliff brute tumbling over to its cold slag death ballerina dancing over the screaming crag

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Date: 2/29/2020 9:15:00 PM
He probably didn't like the color of her tutu. Good one Anthony...
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