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The photographer snapped a picture
of a Mother Rhino and her young calf.

"Its amazing to capture a picture of them
together here in their natural setting!"
he exclaimed beaming.

In the background,
I observed tall matted grasses,
last night's sanctuary.

In the near foreground,
I see the young male calf
winding in and out of his Mother's legs,
weaving a chain of interdependence and connected-ness,
his sweet expression is appealing,
a deep smile.

Reappraising their surroundings,
I take note in the "natural environment there are
well-worn tire ruts in the muddied road
criss-crossing the fields
and wonder at the excision
of the wild
in what remains
of this last documented wilderness.


Copyright April 26 2015 All Rights Are Reserved By This Author
All poetry/prose/rants/ideas are the legal property of this writer
Meloo/Melissa A Howells straight from her Tilt-a-World







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