A man alone in the forest

on high,

Leant back against a tree

head in hands he did cry,

Then up to the moon

with a sorrowful sigh,

He sent her a prayer

and he sent her a plea,

My dearest sweet G*ddess

please please hear me,

I work so hard I

need you to know,

But my heart is so heavy

its beginning to show,

I see all the people in my village

fall in love,

Please dearest G*ddess

hear me from above,

I’m on my own

no parents family,

This disfigured scarred body

no one could love me,

I’m strong but I’m weary

can I come home to family,

Please dearest G*ddess bring me home

set me free,

I don’t want to live here

a world without love,

I ask you to hear my prayer

from above,

And the moon G*ddess

heard his plea from up high,

Touched bare feet upon the earth

coming down from the sky,

Brave warrior I heard

your heart-felt plea,

And now please answer some questions

from me,

The man looked down

from the clearest of skies,

To look the enchanting moon G*ddess

straight in the eyes,

The G*ddess cast her arm out

and there in a row,

Stood animals of all kinds

stood in a row,

Now warrior please me

which one is your ideal,

Which one has the love you want

do you feel,

And the man he bowed

the wolf my Queen,

Then tell me why

explain what you mean,

The wolf surrounded

by family,

So strong and so loved

for all to see,

They are a pack

bound together,

Strength and loyalty

they are a sign of forever,

G*ddess turned to the wolf

who bowed low a soft whine,

My beautiful protector speak

its your time,

And the wolf shook his fur

then sat down and proceeded,

To tell his revered G*ddess

exactly what was needed,

And after listening

to both sides of the coin,

She smiled as she announced

human and wolf you shall join,

The two of you will get

what the other seeks to be,

You will both learn and listen

and in eachother be free,

I have made you a destined

a last gift from me,

With her words there was a glowing

white light,

and then she was gone

no trace in sight,

The man he looked around

no wolf he did see,

The wolf stumbled forward

the man’s gone where can he be,

And so they both stumbled

towards a great lake,

Both of them needing

their thirst to sake…

Enough! She closed the book

way past bedtime a light scolding,

And I released the breath I

didn’t realise I was holding,

So lost in my thoughts about

those silver eyes,

The ones that glowed

like those stars in the skies,

And I know those eyes

they called to my soul,

They felt so endless seeing deeply

me whole…x.

This carries on from pt 1.