must walk wild places
where the wind whistles
on wilderness steeps
covering rough country
alone running solitary
lapping out 50 k a day easy
in wind desolate wild places
running 3 days no eating easy
lone wolves must walk the wild places alone
because they can must run wilderness wind distances
alone in wind thoughts running lapping out time
Terence George Craddock (Afterglows Echoes Of Starlight)
Copyright © Terence George Craddock
Snow leopards are surely aware of the great immensities they overlook. When surmounting precarious heights, they know they exercise mastery. Each animal revels in its special capability.
The wolves know how far they must trot with hunger stabbing their guts. What heartless human would be dismissive of their sentience? Their presence deepens the wilderness.
The wolves taste the desolation and wild emptiness. You can hear it in their mournful keenings.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem
I love this poem and how it is written, The feeling of loneliness becomes so alive and intense making this marvel a most unforgettable and stunning work,