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  • 49.
    (13) - Confrontation

    I can feel him.
    He hunts,
    I hunt.
    The darkness,
    I come here often:
    The wisdom and might of the ages
    Is buried here.
    It is daring,
    To be so predictable.
    Another would fear his enemy’s coming;
    Not I-
    I am confident in my strength.

    He draws near.
    -The approach of the end.-
    I am still, savoring
    The sheer feeling of my enemy.
    He is come for my soul,
    I for his body.

    He is aware, tonight.
    I do not remember a time
    When his presence has been so keen.
    He knows me-
    My essence,
    My being.
    And he is prepared.

    Speech, my power.
    With it, I delay my victims,
    Deaden their senses,
    Dull their brain-
    Then I may strike.

    I speak to him.
    He hides in the shadow-

    “The night has come for you, Nemesis.”

    “I fear no darkness.”

    “I am the thing
    That comes for you in the darkness.
    Fear me.”

    He scorns me, outwardly.
    -I know that inwardly he fears.-
    “Thing of darkness,
    I have something against you.”

    I know what thing he speaks of
    -Who he speaks of.-
    I know his loss,
    His pain,
    His anger.
    I mock him:
    “She is beautiful, now.”

    “I have seen her.
    I have touched her.”

    -A miracle that he is alive,
    If that is true.-

    I smell his blood,
    A true delicacy.
    -I hunger.-
    I laugh, dry and brittle:
    The laugh of the Changed.

    “I think she has touched you, as well.
    There is danger in her lips, Nemesis.
    There lurks there eternity.”

    His shadow moves. Closer.
    I can feel his heartbeat,
    Throbbing inside my skull.
    The animal in me wakes.
    The unholy appetite stirs in my soul.
    I need Nemesis: he alone
    Will satisfy me now.

    I move, angling
    For an attack.
    He sees it, knows.
    I think for an instant:
    He knows of my hunger,
    And -worse- believes.

    I have said before,
    I respect this mortal.
    This respect holds me back,
    Calms my hunger.

    He speaks again:
    “Darkness, I am light.
    Death, I am life.
    I am your ending.
    Look on me, and know fear.”

    A blaze! Fire- a torch in his hand!
    On his chest, the sign of the cross.
    -The end, in that sign:
    The abyss waits.-
    An inhuman scream
    -My own.-
    He attacks, a stake in his hand;
    I deflect the blow-
    The stake misses its mark,
    Plunges into my arm.
    -I feel no pain;
    I am dead.-
    His torch- the flame
    Dances in my eyes.
    I am dazed,
    I can feel the flames of the abyss,
    I call on my strength,
    Fight him off;
    My soul clings to its existence.
    For a moment, I consider
    Drinking him-
    But I cannot:
    He is strong, now.
    My hunger wanes, reluctantly.
    I will drink him-
    This I vow;
    But I retreat now,
    Not defeated,
    Only weakened.

    I disappear into the darkness:
    We will meet again. read more »

  • 50.
    Poor Frogs.

    The story of Poor Frogs:

    Once there was a lake that was the haven of the frogs
    Frogs which were bothered by the snakes and the dogs read more »

  • 51.
    Lord Randall

    "Oh where ha'e ye been, Lord Randall, my son!
    And where ha'e ye been, my handsome young man!"
    "I ha'e been to the wild wood: mother, make my bed soon,
    For I'm wearied wi' hunting, and fain wald lie down." read more »

  • 52.
    ' The Look Of The Hurt... '

    When He Saw Me
    He Knew The Look…
    It’s the Look of The Hunted
    The Look Says, ‘I’m Scared’ read more »

  • 53.
    ' Hunters Of The Moon... '

    We Come Thru The Cosmos
    Hunters For The Sun
    As Hunters Of The Moon
    … We Have Come read more »

  • 54.
    ' The Hunt'

    Here comes dad from across the field
    his nose and ears are froze, so off his clothes he peels!
    First comes the hat, then his gloves
    his coat and overalls, and his boots full of mud! read more »

  • 55.
    Ballades II - Of The Book-Hunter

    IN torrid heats of late July,
    In March, beneath the bitter bise,
    He book-hunts while the loungers fly,
    He book-hunts, though December freeze; read more »

  • 56.

    I once was
    Highly prized,
    Almost extinct
    I tell no lies. read more »

  • 57.
    A bite of kiss


    Miss read more »

  • 58.
    The Hunter's Moon

    The Hunter's Moon rides high,
    High o'er the close-cropped plain;
    Across the desert sky
    The herded clouds amain read more »

  • 59.
    The King's Hunt is up

    The hunt is up, the hunt is up,
    And it is well nigh day;
    And Harry our king is gone hunting,
    To bring his deer to bay. read more »

  • 60.
    How Boomer Ruined Our Hunting Trips

    For years we have gone hunting.
    I've loved sitting next to him in his deer blind
    or sitting quietly in my own. read more »

New Hunting Poems

  1. That And This, Indira Renganathan
  2. hunted heat, ademola oluwabusayo
  3. The Huntsmen, Atif Saqi
  4. Hunter, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  5. Terror Tiger Night Stalking Killing, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  6. Conversion, Nassy Fesharaki
  7. Spirit Of The Wolf, Graeme Boast
  8. Life Cycles Images Following, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  9. My Beasts, Poppa Yao
  10. ? m, otteri selvakumar
  11. the Hunt, John Wollenzien
  12. Man hunts man, not competes., Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  13. { A Jungle Outing }: : : : : : F.O.R.M. .., Manohar Bhatia
  14. The Mob, amar qamar
  15. Hunt, otteri selvakumar
  16. Hunters Pledge, Wayne McCullough
  17. Haiku 13.4, Leonardo Diaz
  18. Hunting Trouble Hunting Victims, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  19. The hunger, lou parks
  21. Hunting With Dad, Garrett Hager
  22. The Hunt, Sachin Ketkar
  23. When You Have Killed Hunted The Last..., Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  24. Tundra Wolf Eats Wild Joy Life Survival, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  25. bobba fett, bobba fett
  26. Acrostic2, TerriJo James
  27. The Unforgiven Hunt, Maya Hanson (mye3)
  28. S/Haiku Poem Hunter, Ken e Hall
  29. The Primordials, Osman Gani
  30. Waiting For Orla Hunt, Maia AlmediaAmir
  31. Dragonfly, Michele Clucas
  32. The hunt for happiness, Young Church
  33. Cinqku: Cinqku 13, Caryl Ramsdale
  34. THE HUNT, Aldo Kraas
  35. Hunting Down Answers, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  36. A Hunted Hunter, Dave BenOdafe
  37. Hunting dreams, Vanesa Rabic
  38. The Hunter, Mark Beal
  39. All-knowing (In Yoshino), Yamabe no Akahito
  40. sex full, otteri selvakumar
  41. eggs be hatched, chris bowen
  42. The Hunters Of Men, John Greenleaf Whittier
  43. The Forest Greeting, Paul Laurence Dunbar
  44. toucth of love, otteri selvakumar
  45. hot out, otteri selvakumar
  46. The Hunt, Leonard Dabydeen
  47. Red Hunting Hat, Kartik Saraf
  48. Hunting, Naveed Akram
  49. ' The Look Of The Hurt... ', MoonBee Canady
  50. A MISHUNTER!, Ramesh T A
  51. haiku - 302, Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar
  52. haiku - 283, Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar
  53. The hunt for love, richard ilnicki
  54. We Have Not Left The Jungle, Narender Singh Bansal
  55. ' ' ' ' END OF STORY(for Byran), Dónall Dempsey
  56. Bereavement Captivates the Sinners, Verona Valentine
  57. Deer Hunting, Drew Nofer
  58. ! ~hunting love~!, Mathew Plamondon
  59. Canine Nightmare Haiku, Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel ..
  60. Alpha Wolf of the Pack, Britney Hogue
  61. Pro v. Noob, Stephen Johanns
  62. Deer Hunting Time Is Here Again, Kathleen West
  63. 'Hunting Season Is Open', Linda Winchell
  64. Hunting, Kevin Seales
  65. A bite of kiss, otteri selvakumar
  66. This Is Fire, Cheryl McDonnell
  67. The Legend Of The O Keeffes, Francis Duggan
  68. Man, chris spurrell
  69. Haiku-8, Rati Khajuraho
  70. Machines, Branden Ross
  71. Haiku, Ken e Hall
  72. They Only Killed Creatures Out Of Necess.., Francis Duggan
  73. #227 Haiku Beauty Eluded, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  74. The Cape Hunting Dogs Of Africa, Francis Duggan
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