Le Chasseurador

By Dan Bickert

Below a thicket
In enveloping surroundings
It was overtaken
A consuming animal of prey
Clenching its victim
A savage rough quadruped had taken its prey
During the pursuit
The pursuer's eyes were focused masses
The predator had spurted from a thicket
Whisking, gliding over the decaying detritus
Which passed under foot
Its spoils were now clasped in its vice
A fist full of takings intended as aliment
The end of its kill's diastole and systole
A soul once spirited

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about an animal hunting