At each blast of the trumpet they snort; they can smell a battle before they get near, and they hear the officers shouting commands.
Does a hawk learn from you how to fly when it spreads its wings toward the south?
Does an eagle wait for your command to build its nest high in the mountains?
It makes its home on the highest rocks and makes the sharp peaks its fortress.
From there it watches near and far for something to kill and eat.
Around dead bodies the eagles gather, 1 and the young eagles drink the blood.