Posts Tagged wolf and moon

One: She Beckons Me Come

I’ve mentioned my fascination with wolves before; I’ve been intrigued by them since I was a child, and later in life the interest grew to include the mythological werewolf. Read the rest of this entry »

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In Dreams

This is part three of the four part series of poems I call Changed. Links to the other three and my other wolf poems are at the bottom of the page. Posting thi to dVerse this afternoon for the Poetics: The Creatures Of Mythology, Folklore and Fairy Tales feature Read the rest of this entry »

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Five: Death in the Spring

I posted a series of four poems this past October titled The Change, and when going through my poems this morning I found a forgotten fifth in the series. You can read the first four parts by clicking on the links at the bottom of this one, the tragic final chapter in the story of a being—sometimes man, sometimes wolf—and a love that could never be. Enjoy! Read the rest of this entry »

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Four: The Battle

This is part four of the four part series of poems I call Changed. If you missed part one, She Beckons Me Come, part two, Yearning Heart, or part three, In Dreams, you can read any or all of them now by clicking on their title. There is also a part five, Death in the Spring.

This final chapter is being posted on Gooseberry Garden’s Poetry Picnic. Read the rest of this entry »

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Three: In Dreams

This is part three of the four part series of poems I call Changed. If you missed part one, She Beckons Me Come, and/or part two, Yearning Heart, you can read either or both of them now by clicking on their title. Part four, The Battle, will be posted October 16.

All four are being posted on Gooseberry Garden’s Poetry Picnic.

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Two: Yearning Heart

This is part two of the four part series of poems I call Changed. If you missed part one, She Beckons Me Come, you can read it now by clicking on the title. Part three, In Dreams, and four, The Battle, will be posted October 9 and 16, respectively.

All four are being posted on Gooseberry Garden’s Poetry Picnic.

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One: She Beckons Me Come

I’ve mentioned my fascination with wolves before; I’ve been intrigued by them since I was a child, and later in life the interest grew to include the mythological werewolf. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wolf and Moon

I will be posting this poem on Jingle’s Poetry Potluck, week #45. This week’s theme is Nature and Life, and, to me, this poem is the epitome of the topic. It speaks of the circle of life and in its deepest recesses ther lies within its verses a hnt of the people that inhabit this world. Read the rest of this entry »

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Wolf and Moon – a poem

I wrote a series of poems following this one. I have always been fascinated by wolves, as well as the concept of werewolves, and the series has to do with the latter. There is a love story woven through the series, which adds to—or, more likely, is—the theme of the work. I will try and post it soon. Read the rest of this entry »

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