I hear the hummingbird before I see it. The slight buzzing sound of its wings alerts me.
Looking upward, I see it at the feeder taking a sip.
But its time is brief as a second bird zooms in to chase it away.
The birds continue their tussle for supremacy, apparently unaware there are enough spaces for both to share.
Oblivious to cooperation, I realize they’re like humans, fighting needlessly for territory and resources when there’s obviously enough for all.
It makes me sad to reconsider Hobbes.