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Come With Me in the Night: Poem
Posted by wordsmith, Jul 9, 2009. 2765 views. ID = 2753

Come With Me in the Night

Posted by wordsmith, Jul 9, 2009. 2765 views. ID = 2753
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"Come with me," said the arctic fox to his silvery corvidae friend,
"Let us wander 'neath the tundra moon and watch the snow descend.
Together we can haunt the night, as lonely as two ghosts,
leaving no trace as we pass, with shadows of morose."

"Come with me," said the silver crow to his ghostly vulpine friend,
"Let us wander where the trees have gone and into clouds ascend.
Together we can hunt the night, you kill and I shall reap,
and all shall fear to hear our song call in the twilight sleep."


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Comments


Mathax
Jul 9, 2009
So, are you back from Scotland?

   ~Posted by Mathax, Jul 9, 2009

Douglas
Jul 11, 2009
I really like this. It has a very haunting sort of quality. Scotland must be having an interesting effect on you. :)
   ~Posted by Douglas, Jul 11, 2009



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