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Poem Details | by Oli Johnson |
Categories: angst, animal, crazy, death, life, natural disasters,

Squirrel

SquirrelDartingHereAndThere.
        m
   u         p
J               s!
Still.
On it s	    a      e
	c      tt       rs.
FULL of LIFE. 
ChasedAwayByThe neighborhood dog.
Still. 
Always listening.
Ears Perked.
ROAR!
      A
SP      T
      L
Gone.


|[Oli_12]|


Poem Details | by Kathleen Small |
Categories: animals, death,

A Dead Squirrel

A squirrel died on my front lawn.
I saw it fall,
As warm and round as an overripe peach.
I heard it land, like an olive dropped on hard wood,
splayed in a spot where passers-by
looked away on purpose.
 
Flies congregated,
brushed their legs against each other.

I canceled a dinner party because of the smell:
a low noisome hum
thick as sulphur on the head of a match just burnt,
sour as eggs.
My stomach curled low into my hips
when I searched the air outside my window,
perversely sniffing.
 
Swollen flies met in congress,
they rubbed their legs together,
trying to start a fire.

Poem Details | by Regina McIntosh |
Categories: animal, bird, death, nature,

Squirrel

Scampering along
Stiff, silent on the asphalt
Crows delicacy 

Poem Details | by Jesse Jones |
Categories: confusion, death, introspection, life, mother, son,

Untitled #202 / Squirrel

 Why did you have to do that?”
“Do what?”
“Run over that [dead] squirrel?”
“Because I’m heartless”
“What?”
”Huh?”