Colin Ian Jeffery
Under the hedgerow
The black rabbit pauses
Eyes bright as diamonds.
Fur black as coal
Surviving the sharp vision
And hunting skills of predators.
The rabbit hops away
As a slender stoat appears
Relentless in following the scent.
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