Two WolvesTogether we roam, together we play,Two Wolves6 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms
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Two of a kind, together we'll stay.
A home we've found, together we've laid,
Two became one, a pack we've made.
Hunting all night, food brought back,
Food for my cubs, my love, my pack.
The seasons pass, our cubs have grown,
The time has come, to go on their own.
Together we've live, together we'll see,
Two of a kind, together we'll be.
The WolvesBehind my house is a forest.The Wolves9 years ago in Free Verse
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A deep, dark, threatining, inviting forest.
It beckons me to wander into it's boundries,
and take shelter under it's trees.
At night I sit on my chair and look up at the stars,
and stare, wondering if my unknown relatives are looking at the same sky.
I hear the sounds of the forest, and listen to the most beautiful music of all;
The first time I saw one I was a bit terrified.
She was all white, with one single black ear, and eyes as golden as the sun.
"Come" she said. "Come into my forest, wandering, wondering child."
She needn't have said anything. Her eyes spoke her thoughts, and her mouth barely even moved.
So I followed,
I followed the magnificent creature into the forest.
This was when I wished that I could speak wolves, because their howls, while they peirced the silence, they were as beautiful as a flute playing a sweet melody, or a guitar, with someone's skillful hands playing a song of thanksgiving.
I named her Cindy, after my mother, t