What can YOU say in six sentences?
A mama cheetah brought down an impala, the antelope doing a greased-lightning 60, the cheetah torquing at 65 per.
The impala went into these leaping zig-zags laid down by celestial mathematics; the cheetah followed exactly, a jet-stream of muscle, closing the gap inch-by-inch every tenth of a second.
Lions gazed waiting, and off in the distance hyenas took odds and moved closer.
The cheetah downed the impala and dust rose a foot as they rolled, and mama took the thing in her jaws and dragged it back to her kittens hidden in bushes.
The lions got off their haunches, the hyenas went into a creep, and mama got ready to die defending her young ones.
Eight lions and 14 hyenas arrived--and set on each other as is their wont, while mama dove deeper into the bush with the kittens, leaving their dinner behind for the victors.
Today was Usain Bolt's day at the London Olympics. A 9.63 time in the 100-meter dash for a new Olympics record. The fastest man ever! All I could do was think about cheetahs.