|General Poetry posted October 13, 2017|
a Joseph's Star entry
Night of the Hunter
by June Sargent
Joseph's Star Contest Winner
Whippoorwills are common in the Eastern part of the United States. They are known for their endless chanting at dusk and dawn. And on moonlit nights they perch in the trees and swoop down now and then to scoop up insects with their large mouths.Pays one point and 2 member cents.
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