the grass touches my forelegs making me think of bugs bumping against my skin. the thistles catapult themselves against my hind legs making me flinch and shy away. i hear a grumbling noise and i flatten myself in the grass with my ears pressed against my skull. my breathing becomes shallow and my eyes search the horizon carefully. i see a bird chirping in a tree. my eyes and my ears point towards it and i lower myself in preparation to pounce. i leap at it my paws before me. it escapes in a flurry of feathers and i snarl in frustration. i sink back to the ground with nothing present in my mind but the thought of a lost meal. the bird alights in a different tree and titters at me. i flatten my ears and glower at it but i leave it be. im aware that i wont catch it. i hear yells and shouts and i drop to the ground fearing someones seen me. but the shouts continue uninfluenced by me. i hop up and bolt from the field. the human part of me begins to take over without meaning to but i fight it trying to feel animal for as long as possible. i hear a turkey hen complaining and my ears and nose are on sharp alert. i crawl towards the noise slowly and quietly as i can but she must hear me and she dashes for shelter under the thick brush. i growl but its okay. i can find food later. a big stench with big round wheels rolls towards me. i disappear into the trees and wait for the noisy thing to leave. it leaves and i am safe now. i dash to the big square shelter and i am scared of the big straight walls around me for a long time but after a while, I dont feel so animal, and I think that it is beautiful to be two species at once.
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Mmm, yup. Been a little while since I posted therianthropy related writing, so here goes. This was actually written a little ways back during my little identity crisis, and I just wanted to write about my animal side without suggesting a species. <3