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Jennifer

Ungulates and vehicles don't mix!

grasshopper

Lovely poem. Thank you. Thanks, too, for the arrow toward Stephen Kuuisto.

joanr16

Wonderful poem, very visual! Thanks for sharing it.

Rana

Thank you for the poem!

I remember a near-encounter we had with a whitetail one night - you're right about how suddenly BIG a deer on the road is. It was about the first time some creature ran across the road that I was more worried for us than for it.

Ken Houghton

Lux has Hit the Big Time, with "A Little Tooth" now being reprinted on the NYC subways.

KarenMcL

The forest lurks in
Deer darkness.

Weaves a path
Across my eyes.

Davis X. Machina

Up heah in Maine, it is said of the moose 'No matter how big you think they are, they're about twice as big as that.'

Connie

"This guy's" wife says thanks for the link. You'll have to visit his blog to see what he says.

GeoX

Whaddaya know...Thomas Lux taught (teaches, I assume) at my alma mater. I never had him for a class or anything (no, me), but...I saw him around campus now and then. So much for this little quasi-anecdote.

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