Fenrir – the Wind Wolf

she hesitates
searching the night shadows
searching for something. . .

he comes
comes on the wind
comes across the creamy cloud vault of the sky
his silver mane undulates
not unlike the meandering waves in vast oceans of silver grasses

she wants to dance
the music has called her
but the music holds a silence
it is searching for something. . .

the Wind Wolf approaches from the East
the tempo. . . enchanting
the song of blood flowing the
crimson rivers in the myriad veins under your skin
she hesitates. . .

she has heard the stories
(face it, we’ve all heard the stories)
wolves are always the villains
hot, secret teeth
disguised in soft fur

he hesitates. . .
his eyes the color of the sky
his silvered wings folded eagle-like along his back
power is defined by his very breath
the music holds a silence
it is searching for two
searching for these two
searching for partners
(how can there be a dance
without partners?)

her lips part and the song that has been in her belly
the song that has rewritten her DNA
the song she has held behind clenched teeth all her life
the Song boils up though her throat
and she can hold it back no longer

she gives her full throat to it
gives her full . . . soul
and words are but tiny reflecting surfaces
that show the blizzard of her heart
for this is the deep call
this is beyond deception
beyond denial
beyond the chemical lights that dance in her brain
this is the synergy that composed the universe
as a living thing

at first no louder than her pulse
a rumble in his chest builds like a rock-slide
the rumble of boulder on rock
his voice cascaded through her
as her song cascades through him
the Sacred song growing stronger in them

their voices build rivers of chord
intertwining and weaving the leaves
the song finds full resonance in their souls
their song builds the World

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Chyfrin the Celtic poet

Artist, Poet, Electrical/Biomedical Engineer, Actor, Playwright, Set construction, Educator, Lover of womankind and single malt scotch

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