Gila Monster Sightings   1 comment

Gila Moster (1 of 1) blogGila Monster — Image by kenne

Frequent sightings
driven by hunger and
spring mating —
slow-moving
morning walks in
black, pink and orange.

— kenne

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  1. As kids, we were told they are lethal. We were also told that you’d practically have to pry their jaws open and place them around your ankle to get them to bite you. We lived well North of where such amazingly beautiful creatures are found. So I’m still left with childhood notions of them.

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