darkness reigns


Silver moon
Silver eyes
Grey coat
White snow,
Panting breath against the chain link fence,
Howling Wales
For freedom calls
Come my brothers
To the night!
A million eyes surround the gate
Then through and through, they tumble
Silver moon
Silver eyes
Panting breath against fresh mossy river bed
Grey coat
Fresh snow
Howling Wales
For freedom my brothers
Has come before us
And out they go into the snow white night.

Submitted: Friday, May 04, 2012
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This was more of a tale of a lone wolf crying out for freedom who then seeks his brothers in arms for help and finds splice there and gets help from them in return because they to seek freedom so they work together and when they reach the river bed they feel as if they are home because they were held up in a park and only new cruelty so it is a poem of realisation freedom and banding together (not good on descriptions sorry: /)

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