Monday, December 19, 2016

A PEACEFUL RODENT SLEEPS MOST OF IT'S LIFE AWAY

A peaceful rodent sleeps most of it's life away, emerging only to root around for food in the long grass and to briefly sun it's belly. On one particular occasion of belly sunning, a hawk swoops down and clutches the rodent in it's claws. The claws fit so snugly against it's belly, there is pain but it's a goooooood pain. The rodent knows the hawk can feel something there too. As they fly back toward the hawk's rocky cave home, it looks down now and then and makes eye contact with the rodent. Hard eye contact. It still isn't sure whether it will eat the rodent or attempt to make a life together, but it knows these raw, fresh feelings are making it hard to concentrate on flapping.

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