William Douglas Rodenberg

Rookie (8/12/94 / Washington DC)

The Lunar Wolf - Poem by William Douglas Rodenberg

The light of the moon amongst this winter's drift
Bears the silent echoes of it's arc across our land
Distending such renascent growth of it's spectral gleam
Invoking the wraiths and phantoms of our realm

Calling the ever fading base of human semblence
Calling forth the failed and defeated will of our beastial presence
Calling forth human nature, and our blood of nature's form

Tidings of winter's night convey its doleful sentiments
As the lunar wolf bays for her young
Digging at the doors in a guise of luminous teal
Gatherings of her woe break forth in night's effulgence

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 3, 2010

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