Raven and the French Fry Dilemma – p.3

August 18, 2011 at 4:22 pm 2 comments

Raven lost his composure after such effrontery, and spread his wings as wide as they would go, which was enough to shut the Cardinal up. Raven then turned his gaze to the Seagull, and let out a loud “caw-caw-caw” at the top of his lungs.

The Seagull paid him no mind, and continued swallowing fries whole as fast as he could.

Raven flew over. Just as he was about to land, the Seagull hopped a few steps away. Raven jumped up to try again, but Seagull sidestepped once more. This made the Cardinal laugh, and Raven shot him a nasty look. Cardinal had regained his bravery by then, though, and simply returned Raven’s stare with one of his own.

Raven spent the rest of the morning chasing Seagull around and around the parking lot, never able to catch him. Then, for reasons known only to himself, Seagull flew away. Raven stood watching him go, unsure if he’d won a victory or not. The Cardinal was still lurking nearby, but neither of them had managed to eat a single thing all day. They both looked around at the few fries that Seagull hadn’t managed to stuff in his beak, and without a word of agreement spoken, Raven and Cardinal each began to scavenge on separate sides of the lot.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Craig T Adams  |  August 18, 2011 at 4:42 pm

    Caw blimey!!!:)

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  • 2. Carmen Kaligaris  |  August 18, 2011 at 9:55 pm

    That’s right! Get him, Raven! I love the word “effrontery.” XD ❤

    Reply

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