The Lone Wolf’s Song: Poem

White is the moon,
White is the snow,
White is the fur,
That glistens and glows.

White is the river,
White are the woods,
Whereupon, a lone wolf sings
A lone wolf song.

Sad with yearning,
The song mourns,
A million years
Of lonely white moons.

Deep are the desires
Strange is the night
While white moons haunt
Yet how lovely is the white.

White is the fur,
That glistens and glows,
White is the moon,
And white is the snow.

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4 thoughts on “The Lone Wolf’s Song: Poem

  1. Anonymous June 16, 2008 / 5:36 pm

    Wah Wah!

    “Main ek sadi se baithi hoon
    Is raah se koi guzra nahin
    Kuch chaand ke rath to guzre the
    Par chaand se koi utra nahin” – Gulzar

  2. Anonymous June 16, 2008 / 5:42 pm

    [At the risk of sounding snooty like celcius/celsius Anonymous guy] a nitpick:

    “White are the woods,
    Whereupon, a lone wolf sings”

    ‘Whereupon’ should be ‘Wherein’

  3. lostonthestreet June 17, 2008 / 1:39 am

    borhiya….eibur notun notun talents kor pora ulai aase 🙂 too good
    and it rhymes too..

  4. notunma June 17, 2008 / 6:31 am

    Lostonthestreet: It must be the genes!

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