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Chipmunks laughing aloud
Pursuit would end so quick
If dogs could climb trees.
Trying to jump
Panting of breath heard
Twittering sounds high above
Up and down the brown orb moves
Stealthy little vermin
Back into the wood
As dogs go round and round
Pop goes the chipmunk
Like the childhood song
Sad eyed and beaten
Returning to home
A bone the lesser reward
For the victory denied,
The thrill of a catch
Weighs heavy on mind.
Later to try again the skill
Perhaps to outwit,
In the battle of beast against beast
May the quickest of nitwits reign
Of the woodpile hunt.
Thoughts after watching two hapless hounds try to climb the maple and get outwitted by the furry vermin for fifteen solid minutes….I think they’re quite tired now…till later of course as the hunt will begin….after a snack of course.
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When This Little Goldfish Was Sick, His Owner Did The Sweetest Thing
When goldfish suffer bladder infections, their health can start to rapidly deteriorate. These tiny creatures often die because they can’t swim up in the water due to the infection.
To combat this problem, some crafty owners have recently started to construct “fish wheelchairs” out of various components. These creations not only save the goldfish’s life, but show the entire world just how inventive they can be.
This owner used professional piping to construct a wheelchair that recently became commercially available.
The wheelchairs give fish the ability to stave off the infection and grow strong again.
Watch this amazing creation in action below:
(via Bored Panda)
These inventors prove that with a little innovation, all animals can get a fair shot at life. The wheelchair architects are my personal heroes for what they did to…
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#AceFriendsNews – June.11: I was never one of these people but l was always rushing to be early or not be late! How about you friends and readers, were you like this article suggests or do you have a different view?
These are 14 things all people who are chronically late know to be true
The world is split into two types of people – those who live by the clock (the boring ones) and those of us who are always, chronically late (the cool kids, obvs).
Being late is not something people tend to have a lot of sympathy for, but as tardy types have been saying for years, it’s not our fault.
And now, thanks to some very clever people at New York University, we finally have proof that we simply can’t help being late. Yes, apparently some people are just ‘born to be late’, and have a personality type that means they find it hard to be punctual.
If that’s YOU, here are 14 things you’ll know to be true…
1. You never (well, rarely) actually mean to be late.
2. The more you try to hurry, the longer you take.
3. Once in a blue moon you’re on time and it feels really great.
I am me
Shaken and broken
With the strength of a tree
And the body of a flower
Whose petals have fallen
In a “blow the man down”
…type of manner.
My mind is an attic of cobweb strings
From years of trying to be their perfect “thing”
Believing they may like me
And I would finally be enough!
If I molded so purposefully
Into their “with restrictions” kind of love…
But you see…
And listen please
I became a porcelain doll so elegant and clean
Yet never, no not once…
Were they proud of me!
My friends, it was still not enough
Because an acceptance without abundance
Is no form of love
And the lines through my face glued and replaced
…Oh from the many many nights the doll did break!
…Was too ugly for many who shunned without grace
My body like a stem
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