The Wolf

Hijacked Amygdala.

hijacked amygdala

wolf Photo by Brenda Timmermans on Pexels.com

Again the telephone rings

Shrill and haunting

I would rip you from the wall

Hurl you where I could not retrieve

And break every electronic component

If it meant

I could not be found

Always I have desired to be found

Saved from emptiness

Saved from myself

And the loneliness that shouldn’t be inside

But remains despite this

And to spite me

And now when I am hunted

I turn inside like a wolf eating innards

The glove

Dropped in the pond on a cold day

The hand

Left to freeze without it

I want nothing of you

I want nothing of all of you

Except to be allowed to vanish

Except to be allowed to return

Another time

Not this time

Not now

But when I can finally see

That my loneliness is cured

That I am captured

That I am free.

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21 thoughts on “The Wolf

  1. I love this:

    “I want nothing of you

    I want nothing of all of you

    Except to be allowed to vanish

    Except to be allowed to return

    Another time

    Not this time

    Not now

    But when I can finally see

    That my loneliness is cured

    That I am captured

    That I am free.”

    A bit different from you and I enjoy it very much. The picture is a perfect match too!

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