“Mobility” / Memorable Fancies #805

[“The bird’s ravings have no interest for the tree.” – Henri Michaux]

“The tree-cutters are coming,” screams the bird.

The tree does not listen.

“The tree-cutters are coming,” screams the bird, again.

The tree still does not listen.

“The tree-cutters will cut you down, and my roost with it” screams the bird.

The tree pays no attention.

The tree-cutters arrive.

“Oh well, I can always find another tree,” shrugs the bird.

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