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With caution tread

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The doe stood still,

As I slowly walked by that moonlight night,

Her graceful body finely sculptured,


With perfect curves.

The illusion of delicacy created by its simple beauty and symmetry,

A deadly illusion if tested,

For strong of muscle and sharp of hoof,

With razor edges sharpened is she weapon-ed,

Created for either defense or flight,

To a degree perfected beyond man’s simple powers.

A creature wild, apart from our projections of gentle beauty,

Survival its only interest,

Any threat to be fled from or ground down,

Until it is a danger no more.

So with caution tread before this beautiful creature!

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