Hunting Season

by Lori A. May

Jerry couldn’t understand why his family paid forty dollars for them to visit the zoo and watch animals while his uncle saw deer for free, every Saturday, with the ambition to bring one home.

Lori A. May is a poet, novelist, and freelance writer whose work has appeared in publications such as The Writer magazine, Tipton Poetry Journal, and anthologies such as Van Gogh’s Ear. She is a college writing instructor and founding editor of The Abassador Poetry Project. For more information, visit

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