Dozens of rabbits frolicked about in our back yard, blissfully unaware of threat in the lush green grasses.
But soon came a predator, a fox, lean and hungry, and one by one the rabbits vanished.
Yesterday the fox lay in the road, killed by a predator in a passing car.
Catherine Mathews, a retiree of the Foreign Service, spent time in Paris, Rome, Tel Aviv, Athens, Frankfurt, and Istanbul. She has published a memoir and enjoys writing short fiction.