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Not As Alone As You Would Think

Author: Rhettawolf
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Class/Type: Poetry /Society
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Werewolves, animal Shifters, mages (Shifters who can turn into any living thing), werecoyotes, werefoxes, demons, angels, fallen angels, faeries, selkies, the list can go on. If you're Different, please relate.

Not As Alone As You Would Think

Full moon.
Forced change.
Can they maintain control?
Werecreatures everywhere.

One different form, I can change when I want.
Are you a wolf? Or a hawk? Or maybe a snake?
Shifters everywhere.

Long, dark blade.
Starless night.
Was spit out of the Light and cast out into the Dark.
Demons everywhere.

Beautiful and holy.
The moon is bright.
The Light is dancing, so wonderful.
Angels everywhere.

No stars but it's not entirely Dark.
No horridness but it's not entirely Light.
Dark wings, black feathers.
Fallen Angels everywhere.

Sometimes you're this
and sometimes that.
Shifting endlessly between forms of all kinds.
Mages everywhere.

Twirl and spin wheels of silk.
Wings of transparent gold and silver.
Follow them and you'll dance to your doom.
Faeries everywhere.

Foamy sea,
beautiful as life itself.
On land they are humans, but in the water they are seals.
Selkies everywhere.

So you see my friend
you're not alone out there.
Humans don't rule alone. There're Others out there.
You're not as alone as you would think.

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