He calls and repeats his call, it travels on the tepid breeze, encircles the weary woodland, rises up to crafty cumulus clouds, trails passed each blade of grass and falls into empty, murky marsh.
He waits and waits even longer, his tune falls to silent, vacant realms knowing her image trails in his mind, lifts his head and rises high to listening, he puffs his wings, encircles the land, will travel far to find what he has lost.
As for the song bird, he lovingly lingers long; seeks what he has lost.
“And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.”
What is a branch without a leaf, a lovely, lush, living gem of green? Where does the vine first connect beneath the dark, deep, dim earth? When does the branch give birth to tender bud, to juicy fruit, to life? Why does the branch bare badly; it has dried and is no longer rooted.
Without sturdy roots, a branch becomes just tinder; embers in the fire.
P. Wolf; poet & author
“I am the vine, you are the branches; the one who remains in Me, and I in him bears much fruit, for apart from Me you can do nothing.” John 15:5
A rabbit will need a thicker coat in the winter than in the summer. Also, a rabbit’s fur may change color for its protection. This is more common in wild than domestic animals, but it applies to all rabbits. It’s a natural reaction to light exposure
During the winter, rabbits take in more wood-based food sources, such as tree bark, twigs, and conifer needles. Rabbits don’t hibernate, so they dig holes or find warm, closed-in spaces, in hollow logs, rock piles, and brush piles. But they don’t just eat plants.Dec
Food isn’t the only thing a rabbit has to be particularly concerned about during winter, however. The loss of vegetation density means predators can spot their prey much more easily. In order to survive, rabbits must find places where they can both eat and hide from predators.