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Four Mountain Wolves | Poem

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Poem Text

(Chinle, late winter, 1973, when the wolves came)

Gray mist wolf

from mountain frozen lake

traveling southwest

over deep snow crust singing

Ah ouoo

Ah ouoo

the fog hangs belly high

and the deer have all gone.

Ah ouoo

Ah ouoo

Gray mist wolf

following the edge of the Sun.

wirling snow wolf

spill the yellow-eyed wind

on blue lake stars

Orion

Saturn.

Swirling snow wolf

tear the heart from the silence

rip the tongue from the darkness

Shake the earth with your breathing

and explode gray ice dreams of eternity.

Mountain white mist wolf

frozen crystals on silver hair

icy whiskers

steaming silver mist from his mouth

Gray fog wolf

silent

swift and wet

howling along cliffs of midnight sky,

you have traveled the years

on your way toBlack Mountain.

Call to the centuries as you pass

howling wolf wind

their fear is your triumph

they huddle in...

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