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Like A Leopard
by Bonnie Gail Carter

Sunday, July 10, 2011
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A family member fending off a stalker

I jumped on him like a leopard.

I showed him my teeth and told him I should eat him.

I told him my claws were for shredding him to pieces.

Leave my family alone or I won't let you out of my sight.

There will be no stopping me in the daylight.

Take heed and watch for me in the still of the night.

No one can catch me in the darkness of night.

I'll stalk you all the days of your life.

I jumped on him like a leopard.

I showed him my teeth and told him I should eat him.

I told him my claws are for shredding you to pieces.

Don't mess with my species.

By Bonnie Gail Carter


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