Lone Wolf


You see him. he knows

You’re here. he will

Take any chances to survive.


HE won’t take a risk

To take on a pack of wolfs.

He won’t hurt a wolf


You see him running down

The mountain with a avalaunch

Behind him.


HEs pure white, blue and black

Marks and blue eyes. he runs

Faster than a cheetah


You know he’s there and he knows

You’re there.he wont hurt you, but

you should go go before

He takes you as a intruder.

He’s fast and alone.

He is

Lone wolf.


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May 12, 2017 2:35 am

Dear Jefferson:
I really liked your poem, “Lone Wolf,” because it makes the reader feel the wolf, and feel it’s emotions. One part of your poem that stands out for me is where the repetitions of the idea that the wolf knows your there. I think this is interesting because it has a mysteries vive to it. Thanks for your poem. I look forward to seeing what you make next.

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