Treasure Island

Kaysen Fraker

(12/20/88 / Georgia)

Under The Moon


The world
seen through two sets of eyes
mine
and.....mine

With the sun in the sky
I walked the city streets
hiding what I am
from the humans around me

With the moon in the sky
I ran through the city
hiding what I am
from the wolves around me

When I was human
surrounded by humans
I felt so
alone

Now a wolf
surrounded by humans and wolves
I still feel
alone

Only when I'm truly alone
somewhere high
howling my tune to the sky
do I feel accepted

Under the moon.

Submitted: Saturday, February 14, 2009
Edited: Saturday, November 21, 2009
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