Her mother drove us to the house, told us we must keep this secret. In a large fenced kennel, two wolves circled each other playfully, looked not much different to huskies. But their eyes were piercing gold, almost translucent, silhouetted at the edges in black, their forms sleeker…   Miranda Barnes is a poet originally […]
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