(g) MLMM Hh seed/ seedy and Red Tails; Non-fiction (1.12) wp


hawks wanting to plant;
raid the squirrels high nest for
more than just acorns


MLMM Heeding haiku ‘seed’

In observing nature there is a raw beauty of watching living things survive.
The haiku was written based on watching the a pair of hawks destroy a
squirrels nest that was high in an old willow tree:

Red Tails; Non-fiction

Pair of hungry Red-Tail hawks
Carefully shred
A squirrel’s nest
One succeeds only to drop his prey
Who runs into the bushes ~

One hawk flies away while
The other takes up a high post
Like a sentinel
Waiting for sounds of movement
To appease his appetite


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