Lone Wolf.

Underneath the starry sky

A lone wolf

Howls at the full moon

Its cries, hauntingly familiar

And, oh-so-heartbreaking.

From behind a tree

Another wolf watches

The lone wolf howling

With melancholic eyes

For, it knows the pain

Of yearning for a love

It can never touch.


-The Girl Lost In The Bookstore

P.S. Inspired from this quote: Maybe the wolf is in love with the moon, and every month it cries for a love it will never touch.

 

89 thoughts on “Lone Wolf.

  1. Ever read the Maggie Stiefvater books? This made me think of them. Also, I nominated you for Sisterhood of the World Award-https://septembersrose.wordpress.com/2016/01/02/sisterhood-of-the-world-award/

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      1. You’re so welcome! And I want to give those books another read very soon. I’ve read them through I think three times already but it’s been a few years. It’s all the quotes and random bursts of humour that I love so much. That, and they way she uses the really old folklore instead the typical.

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      2. I remember a funny one- “Life was like a cake that looked good on the bakery shelf but turned to sawdust and salt when I ate it.”

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  2. Diana, or Artemis – goddess of the the moon has often been pictured as someone that would hang out with wolves. They miss her.. I like the twist at the end of the poem. πŸ™‚

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      1. Haha I totally forgot. So many people have been reminding me lately that I haven’t wished them a new years.πŸ™ˆ
        Happiest new yeaaaars, Rupali!! πŸ’š
        I like your name,by the way. I have a teacher by the same name this semester. Can’t say the same about her,though.:P

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      2. Haha try all you may. I am not gonna budge. I never do.*insert smug smile*
        My name’s real common,but I have never had someone with the same name in my class or anything, ever. But almost every friend of mine knows someone by my name. πŸ˜›

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