I'm a caregiver and an artist. I received high honors in creative writing, fine arts, and sculpture at Montserrat College of Art.
The Wolves Way
The Wolves Way
Wolves roam around in packs of six to eight. With numbers that large their strength is really great.
They travel for miles in search of food, hunting together they make a fierce brood.
A wolf is real cute, it looks like a dog. Its bite is twice as hard and could crack a small log.
Forty-two teeth they grin and they snarl, everyone knows a wolf loves to howl.
Their bite is deadly, teeth slash and they cling. Cracking animal's bones, it's death they will bring.
Wolves' eyes are yellow, amber, and brown. Blue ones are rare and come from the hound.
With peripheral sight, it sees everywhere. It uses night vision, to see the night clear.
Wolves look for a mate just one time a year. Matting in Autumn it's wolves time to bare.
Spring brings the babies, they are really cute pups. Only half will survive, the others no luck.
Its hearing is keen, sixteen times better than yours. It runs super fast sprinting on all fours.
Thirty-five miles per hour, just look at it go. If it wants you for dinner I hope you're not slow.
Wolves sense of smell is one hundred times better than peoples. It can even smell rabbits hiding in deep holes.
Adult wolves have no enemies or prey, only from man their dead bodies lay.
Ninety percent of the wolves have we killed. Aren't you ashamed of the blood we have spilled?
© 2019 Jason Nicolosi