A Moon Wolf Tale

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A Moon Wolf’s Tale

Adventure lurks

In the still of the night

Hidden beneath that silver moon light

The cry of the animals

Wild and the tame

Awaiting the return of

Moon wolf for his game.

He has lived his life

Protecting the others

In the still of the night

He is unlike his brothers

His story as told

Was a change in his ways

A Moon wolf never hated

Hidden in night’s maze.

 

The birds did whisper

About that fateful night

When the creatures all shuddered

From a terrible fight

The men came with guns and pistols for war

Chasing the woman and a little baby boy.

As they cornered her and the lad

Near the caves by the tree

With nowhere to run

No hope to flee

Our jumped a moon wolf

With his eyes on some prey

The woman and the child he never did slay.

Running quite afraid,

they dropped guns and did flee

Leaving the two souls

At the caves by the tree.

 

The legend of the night

And the lives that were saved

Changed the heart of the Moon wolf

Till he entered his grave.

He is the seer of safety

Protection of the weak

A powerful vision

To all those who seek

An adventure in the wild

From a challenging week.

Outdoors may be strange

If you are unaware

And yes, there are many things of which you must fear

But have courage and know

Its never all as it seems

There is a Moon Wolf just waiting

In the night as you dream.


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2 comments:

  1. This is beautiful tale, Donna-Luisa, and with a happy ending. I love the message in your last stanza "And yes, there are many things of which you must fear

    But have courage and know

    Its never all as it seems"


    Thank you so much for joining in.

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  2. Eugenia, thank you for inspiring through your prompt. Life is always multidimensonal and its good to go below the surface to see what gives 🤔. Appreciate you checking in and sharing feedback!

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