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New View From Here

Prodigal Avenue (part 2)

shaken up, he staggers away from the scene
barely coherent, he mutters something obscene
then spits out blood so that he can savor
the flavor
of one

the low humming noise sung by streetlights
fades in and out as he stumbles, block by block,

only stopping to grind out his cigarette,
kick an empty orange juice bottle,
and stare blankly into the night sky—

thinking again
of Father

he remembers an abnormally kind daddy
who is fluent in the language of love
for all of mankind—even
those who aren’t quite lovely, and

maybe even for a wayward son walking
down a dead-end-street

but it’s said that all roads lead to home,
so he suddenly turns around


written for the Thursday Melting poetry prompt at rosemary mint

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Belgian Malinois dogs that recently graduated from the Mechem Training Center in Tshwane, South Africa,  are now on active duty in Pilanesberg National Reserve and the Kruger National Park in South Africa,to help catch rhino poachers in the areas.

Russell and Toby, the two Malinois dogs will be handled by field rangers in the parks. This dog project works in conjunction with the Stop Rhino Poaching Project.

These dogs are trained in:

  • Weapon detection
  • Horn detection
  • Tracking in the bush and hot scene intervention
  • Ground support visibility

How long does it take to train an anti-poaching bush dog?

Anti-poaching training takes nine- weeks and begins when the dog is around 14 months old, after he has completed all his basic obedience training. These dogs are regarded as highly effective anti-poaching weapons. Unfortunately ,anti-poaching dogs do not wear any bulletproof gear. Elsie Daffue, founder of the Stop Rhino Poaching says…

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