A Drama by Ron Koppelberger

 

Forevermore a change, a silhouette in summits of soul. He shaped in contours of garden labor, intricate fangs and forepaw change. He entreated the image of manifest passage unto the existence of détente’, a peace amongst wolves and the morning-tide glow of fresh skies and sparrows in anxious array.He considered the flower blossom and the bumble-bee buzzing in fervent revolutions of flight. A pleasant riot of dandelion dander flittered against his paws as he played with the dandelion seed, a dream, a boundary between here and the there. He saw the baby girl, the angels sang and the soaring gossip relinquished the name of a curious dandelion, the discerning destiny of an awakened spirit. The wolf calmed the conference of seed and rushed toward the horizon in mysteries of bidden heaven and the secret of saffron shelter. The child would be the salvation of wolf and man and any other class of earth bound soul. He lay still for a moment and contemplated the arrival of the blessed child. He knew there were forces at work and some of them were fighting for the chance to rule in darkness and sorrow. The sun glimmered against his eyes and he looked west, to the distant clouds and his destiny. He would find the child and his path, for the sake of the future.

 

 

Ron Koppelberger (Writer, Poet, Artist, Musician and Editor for Static Movement)

Websites:
Wolffray.blogspot.com
Farthermostdream.blogspot.com

Ron’s books are available there as well as at Barnes & Nobel and Books A Million.

Unto The Night
The House Of The Rising Poetry

All 56 of Ron’s books are available at most booksellers and Amazon.

Also, look for his Audio Books at itunes.com, Amazon, and Audible.
 

 

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