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When Tekura notices TefeinAuthor's Notes
scraping the floor of the blood-house
where the butchering is done,
he wonders what she is up to.
Stealthy as the ranger he once was,
Tekura shadows the girl as she heads
for the edge of the village,
wanting to see what she's doing
without spooking her.
This poem came out of the July 1, 2014 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by a prompt from Ellen Million. It also fills the "red" square in my 6-18-14 Christmas in July bingo card.
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