Borrowed Atoms.

By chancemedley

Give Someone Else A Tern.

"The black-headed gull is a bold and opportunistic feeder. It eats insects, fish, seeds, worms, scraps, and carrion in towns, or invertebrates in ploughed fields with equal relish. It is a noisy species, especially in colonies, with a familiar "kree-ar" call. Its scientific name means laughing gull."

And they just would not leave me alone with my packed lunch.

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