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Lone wolf

Lone wolf
By watersfire on 01/15/2011
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I am the leader of the pack.
I say when and where we attack.
The seven follow the orders.
And fight through many corridors.

With blood on their teeth and claws.
The one always has flaws.
She always lets thoughts go to her head.
And now she has fled.

The second kept seclusion.
Even during an intrusion.
She forgot to call for help.
Now she lies in the kelp.

Even though the third is distant and far away.
I give my orders anyway.
She follows them noticeably well.
But in the great battle she fell.

The fourth lived in fear.
The pain to talk about this really does sear.
She did not understand that there was nothing to be afraid.
So she did not make it through the raid.

The fifth was strong at my side.
But yet she had to rise above the tide.
Her four legs could not keep the beet.
So the ocean floor was her permanent seat.

The sixth was the opposite of four.
She was not afraid to do more.
But when she was overwhelmed.
The skull got hit through the helmed .

The seventh was the best.
She passed every test.
But once she completed these.
She went on as she pleased.

Now with my pack members lost or dead.
Maybe I can now use my head.
I shall hold down my hoof.
And now I am a lone wolf.

© By watersfire On 1/15/2011 12:25:17 PM
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