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Tawny Gentry

By Susan Smith
2nd January, 2012

He was there again tonight

His eyes like lanterns shining bright

From the hedgerow, a feathered sentry

Sitting proudly, life’s tawny gentry

 

Yesterday, I saw him for the first time

Twit-woo, twit-woo, the breeze carried his rhyme

Will he be there tomorrow as my car passes by?

What’s he looking for? I don’t mean to pry!

 

Suddenly, he swoops down with outspread wings

My car just misses him and my heart sings

Then up he soars clutching a mouse in his claw

One life saved, one perished – that’s nature’s law.

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