The Hunter’s Dilemma
The hunter is a proud person
Proud of where he comes from
Proud of what he does
And proud of what he has done.
But a hunter is a respectful person
Respectful of his elders
Respectful of his wife
And respectful of the nature in which he plays
If a hunter takes a life
He does not rejoice in the animal’s strife
Instead he thanks the powers in the sky
For the animal’s cunning, meat, and amazing eyes
He understands that every life is precious
And that nothing is endless
So he takes a life even though he respects it.
And places it above the fire never to admit
That even though he killed this amazing animal
He will always feel a small amount of guilt.