Suzae Chevalier

Rookie - 54 Points (04-18-1966 / Elizabeth New Jersey)

RUNNING WITH TWO WOLVES


Two half wolves running by my side,

Buddy and Ta-Shieka that's no lie.

Buddy is 50% wolf the other half Lab,

Ta-Shieka is a quarter wolf and has no flab.

Half German Shepherd which is wolf and Malamute

mixing it with Chow makes Ta-Shieka really cute.

Now one day I fell down on the railroad tracks

Both Ta-Shieka and Buddy came running back.

They knew I was in pain for I screamed and walked

real slow

they were very mindful now for they didn't play

in the snow.

Actually it was summer so no snow on the ground

I walked as fast with them by my side not making

any sound.

Ta-Shieka and Buddy were there for me

I will remember that as a fond memory.

Two wolves now walking by my side

I was relieved to make it home with sprained ankle

and grateful

Written by Suzae Chevalier on January 22,2013

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Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2013
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