Little Mercy is an exercise in interrogating the natural and exploring the intimately personal. Set in a cabin in the foothills of the Bighorns of Wyoming, the manuscript hopes to reach towards the universal through attending to the particular. This work engages the human and more-than-human worlds as equal partners in pursuing otherwise inaccessible truths. Engaging in multitude of forms derived from a variety of poetic traditions, Little Mercy hopes foremost to make its own language anew. The ethic of this work is grounded in a belief in the reciprocity of attention, attunement, and care.