November 21, 2017
By Haysl BRONZE, Paducah, Kentucky
Haysl BRONZE, Paducah, Kentucky
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The gray wolf stands on the cliff as he watches the sunset disappear,
Feeling the cold air smoothing through his fur.
The light moon rises up in night purple sky,
Wispy clouds barely cover the moon.
The howls of his pack calling him to rejoin,
Wanting him to be the Alpha of the pack.
The Alpha howls back in acceptance of his pack,
Watching his pack kneel before him as they give respect to the new leader.
Except for one.
The other pack members’ stare at the lone snow wolf in shock at the betrayal,
Challenging the Alpha to a duel for dominance.
The Alpha growls at the betrayal,
Wondering why this omega would challenge him.
The moon and sky turn red as the wolves get ready to battle for dominance.
Their eyes go red as they mutate into something bigger and stronger.
The pack watches the battle of their Alpha and loner,
Leading the ground rumbling strongly.
The power from both wolves was too much,
Making a bright white-blue energy ball, bigger by the second,
Until the energy ball explodes.
The wolves turn back to the battle to find nothing
But dust and burnt grass.
Their leader has fallen along with the loner,
Who will be the leader of the pack now?

The author's comments:

I wrote a poem about the dominance and lifestyles of Wolves.

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