The Wolf Within
by Carey Borgens
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
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A wolf, a child...which is it to you?
Survival is a state of mind,
for the wolf that dwells deep inside.
Brazen beneath a twilight stare,
the moon within her empty glare.
Icy images, winter borne,
barren trees that Spring has scorn.
Alone within a forlorn night,
a golden moon has set her sight.
A kiss of snow upon her lips,
the path was lost within a mist.
Cold gray stone before her eyes,
a graveyard of forgotten lies.
Sparkling lights from city gleam,
she turns her back upon the dream.
Embarking through a forgotten place
she searches for a familiar face.
A hopeless child forced from her home
a night, a moon, a wolf that roams.
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|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|This is actually quite good. The imagery is compelling and the subject matter could be construed in different ways. Well done! Welcome to AD!
|Reviewed by Gloria Gay
|Evocative poem that brings to mind "The Lady of Shallot."|