Treasure Island

Canadian Invasion

(feb.24,1991 / canada (duh))

The hunt


The sky blushes with the evening sun
The hunter growls with anticipation

The prey runs silently in the crunching snow
to survive to see the shining morn

The prey will evade 'till the night swallows all
so the hunter must be faster than the falling light

The prey must vanish like the fog from its breath
Before the hunter claims his crimson reward

Submitted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008
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