Natures' Order

January 25, 2011
By Anonymous

The eyes of twilight are stalking their prey.
the deer is unaware to the upcoming fray.

All muscles tense up.
the hunter will eat tonight.
the cat springs from the grass, and the deer takes flight.

The chase is on under the moonlit sky,
and now it’s time for natures’ hand to take its place on high.

The beauty of the feline, running proud and free,
the deer knowing of its doomed destiny.

The cat is now closing in and begins to pounce, then takes the deers’ life.

The moral of the story is life ends in death
Fate guides life with an unseen force.
In the end all life is taken, some in peace, some in coerce.

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