Devin Lasker

a wolfs call

I call to you
Howling like only the young can.
With infinite dreams and no understanding
And like a winter's storm is your reply
with your closed and never opening eye
So my superficail feelings are unanswered toals
But I do not faultier in my goals
To be bathed in the presence of your light

I call to you
With a longing in my voice
Pleading for a sign of your affection
And like a new day's sun is your reply
With the slightest smile opening of your eye
Showing me that there is a chance
And with new energy I dance
To seek even more of your precious light

I call to you
With more knowledge than before
Using joyous sounds and a little charm
And a rose's fragrance is your reply
Showing off half of your eye
Making promises of things that could be
Of nights made of you and me
Side by side in your light

I call to you
With the passion that I bear
That knows no time or space
And spellbinding is your reply
For you look upon me with your full eye
Letting me see what few do
That which makes up you
That which is the essence of your light

I call to you
With the love that we share
That draws the air from my lungs
And eye watering is your reply
For now red is your eye
Telling me that you are now mine
And I pray I never go blind
As your bask me in romantic light

You call to me
With soft words and promises
At this my final moment
And death's embrace is my reply
Where I have to close my eyes
To dream those final dreams
Glad I cannot see you falling apart at the seems
As you turn of your light

Submitted: Saturday, March 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 02, 2013

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