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Death Poems About Falcon

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Poem Details | by Daniel McAdams |
Categories: allegory, animals, death, life, nature, time,


Falcon of death
Circling the sky
Contemplating choosing
Which one will die

Unwitting prey
Is spotted below
Which one will die
Only you know

Young or old
All are fair game
Even the strong
Not just the lame

One's time has come
You stoop and dive
Taking just one
The others alive

You strike in an instant
You strike without fear
Taking whomever
Anytime of the year

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: animal, bird, death, food, image, life, nature,

Falcon Ready

Feathers gather on the wing
Sore with precision in their flight
An updraft lifts the beady eyed visitor
A hunt begins on hunger pangs of black
Grows from the dawn of times survival
Launched into action with the talent of God
Towers over the enormity of sky
Preys on darkness unencumbered
Leads the falcon on to his devices down
Stretched out on yellow talons sharp
In sight, laser vision pinpoints a target
Stars scream out in covered night
Something glistens on the shadowed ground
A woodland creature squeaks out in pain
All goes quiet at the strike in silence
A victim falls dismembered as a meal
When distracted on the moment of the kill