‘Hunting Elmer Fudd’ by Angela Readman

Hunting Elmer Fudd I loaded both barrels like slotting light behind an eye, and I put on a deerstalker to hunt Elmer; it was time. Frosty tongues, grass asked no questions. Inklings of snow swept a mess of footprints leading to the woods. All around me deer moved the trees. Antlers hung sky from a hook, wore holes in the neck of the hour. Nature, … Continue reading ‘Hunting Elmer Fudd’ by Angela Readman