"Bat's Ultrasound" by Les Murray

Sleeping-bagged in a duplex wingwith fleas, in rock-cleft or building radar bats are darkness in miniature, their whole face one tufty crinkled ear with weak eyes, fine teeth bared to sing.

Few are vampires. None flit through the mirror. Where they flutter at evening's a queer tonal hunting zone above highest C. Insect prey at the peak of our hearing drone re to their detailing tee:

ah, eyrie-ire; aero hour, eh? O'er our ur-area (our era aye ere your raw row) we air our array err, yaw, row wry—aura our orrery, our eerie ü our ray, our arrow.

A rare ear, our aery Yahweh.

(found at Centre For Public Christianity); hear the poet read this poem)

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