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The Golden sun now ends her shine,
For below the horizon she hides behind.
The cave invites the lupine mother,
Into the earth she will now slumber.
The matronly wolf now old and grey,
Gazes from the cave on her final day.
She knows that soon she will sleep,
For her pack has begun to weep.
She finds a place to make her bed,
And slowly begins to lay down her head.
As her eyes close by the setting sun,
The night and her dream have now begun.
She sees her children now fully grown,
With small playful pups of their own.
Children and grandchildren which form her pack,
But it is their matron they now do lack.
She appears before them in her dream,
A glowing white wolf by a clear blue stream.
She sends a howl for all to hear,
But all within now shed a tear.
"Now you know I have gone away,
But listen now to the words I say.
Know that we are never apart,
As long as you all keep me in your heart."
The older ones understand her well,
And to the young do they now tell.
"It is the way Time's A