People always associate chickens with cowardice
What if I told you that they're far from it?
I've experienced the growth of my own generations
From egg to laying hen
From cockerel to prideful rooster
And continuing on their own generations
Chickens are far from cowards
They carry a powerful name upon their shoulders
As one of the closest living relatives of dinosaurs
The mighty t-rex
Ferocious and brutal
But what if I told you they had a soft side?
This is evident in chickens
They might be prey
But they will fight for their lives with all they have
Whether that be against a teeny mouse
Or a terrifying hawk
Both are the same in a chicken's eyes
This instinct is for a reason
To protect their friends
They're just like us
Chickens have personalities
Emotions that they act upon
So why are chickens considered cowards?
When they fight against anything that threats them
With every ounce of their being
Why is calling someone a chicken a bad thing?
When chickens are the most ferocious beasts out there
Tearing foe apart piece by piece
Caring and cherishing their family
Content and proud in their flock
Sometimes even attacking each other
...just like humans
So tell me
Are you a chicken?