Life recycled

I found a dead bird in my garden yesterday morning. Coming back later, it’s body was gone. Food for another I suppose.

Driving in my car, a bird swoops under my tire for a tiny morsel of death. Swerve, thump, it became the roadkill it was after. A tragedy without a story.

Life lives on life. It’s fullness is only on loan.

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