A True Tale of a Murder
by Mark Fleisher

All morning the crows
cawed and cackled
from their perch upon
a bare branch atop
a stately maple,
no doubt relishing
the flavorful remnants
of a still-meaty pork chop
their leader had filched
from a trash container
I thought securely and safely
placed in my driveway


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