You, and only you

April 8, 2011
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I felt it before you arrived
My body shook; tingling
And when I saw you
there was only you.

Black fur bristling,
eyes a glacier blue.
There I saw fear, and anger
emotions that mirrored mine.

When I saw you again,
you had shifted into your other skin.
When I looked at you,
I knew we were the same.

I didn't listen; I rarely do
And when you held me
nothing was more important than you.

Mine, mine, mine,
I whispered,
As my hands ran through your hair.

Nothing mattered;
except you
You came first,
The Pack second.

Running on the soft earth,
we shed our skin.
And I howl
only for you.

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Sayshal said...
May 8, 2011 at 12:07 pm
I love how you interjected the wolves into the poem. :) Great job!
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