The last couple of weeks have been highly irregular here on Fictionspawn Monsters. I’m on my way home now, and I’m already reading and writing more and more. Here’s a nice little story with a beautiful illustration, both created by Eduardo Suré.
Eduardo Suré; White-tailed Doe, 2017; Watercolor
Jennifer walked alone quietly through the state park’s woods and ate her favorite leaves. Food for white-tailed deer had been plentiful during the spring. It continued to be so in summer, but cooler days warned her the woods in which she lived were about to become dangerous. Hunting season was about to begin.
Jennifer had learned about hunters years before. It had been early fall. The morning had been cool. She and another doe had gone to enjoy the variety of grasses a meadow nearby offered. They had been out in the open when her companion’s tail went up as a warning that she had sensed danger. Jennifer had heard an odd squishing sound that had come from her companion’s direction. The other doe had been struck by an arrow, had stumbled, and then had fallen. Jennifer had run into the cover of trees…
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