Konyves : CSMI,
Certified Silva Method
The Ceremony of the Hawk
and the Dove
Written February 5, 2003
was driving, on my way to my Pilates exercise class
and as I made one of the turns, in the middle of the
roadway about a hundred yards away I saw two dead animals.
As I came closer I realized that the bodies were of
a hawk and a dove. Instant grieving came over me especially
when I saw the magnificent size and feathers of the
just listened to the speech of the Secretary of State
Colin Powell evidencing Iraq's weapons capabilities
and now seeing a dead hawk and dove took a hold of my
mind, heart and spirit.
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the way back from the exercise class the hawk and the
dove were still in the middle of the street, everyone
carefully driving around them. Oddly enough there were
no crows around picking at the bodies.
I parked my car at the curb, got out and took a paper
shopping bag from my trunk and a plastic windshield
scraper. Looked around saw no one and no cars were coming
from either direction. I walked over to the birds, both
were dead, the dove had a little blood around his neck
and the hawk had a broken neck. In pursuit while the
hawk managed to kill the dove he must have flown into
something breaking his own neck. The hunter and the
hunted both dead, side by side. I placed the birds in
the shopping bag, into my trunk and I left noting that
not a single car came by while I was doing this. I knew
what I had to do and as I was driving the ceremony unfolded
in my mind and permeated my entire existence.