Story Of A Fox

Through the open
ran
for many years
the fox.
His mother saw him grow.

And he became a father.
he had to hunt more
now.

They caught him
they hanged him
they fired at him
bag of skin
they brought him.
and his children
waited him
and his mother
buried him.
in her hands
held him
wept cried and
kissed him.
for
They caught him
they hanged him
they fired at him
bag of skin
they brought him.
Children
Mother
children.

by Emmanuel George Cefai

Comments (1)

A novel and unique and striking style just right for the tale this poem tells. Perfection. 10++++++++++++++++ and a place on my favorite poems list.