I saw a hare.
or four hares
or the same hare four times.
Anyway, it doesn’t matter other than that for
four moments I stood and stared
as the long legged, lithe being
stopped it’s sprint to look back at me,
it’s yellow coat streaked black like corn against a crepuscular sky
as the dusk settled
as damp dawn rose cloaked in mist,
we two shared stares, unstartled
unhurried, satisfied at what was sniffed
the hare loped into the long grass to carry on with who knows what
and I watched after it,
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