The Wolf Pack Moon

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The Wolf Pack Moon

The Wolf Pack Moon is a book of teen poetry about the struggles between optimism and pessimism.  These are verses of the lands within and the lands without as written beneath the glow of the wolf pack moon.  It is the name of the moon as given by the Algonquin Indians that hunted and gathered the Great Lakes State of Michigan where the author resides.  

Cover painting by author Richard Rensberry.

Sample Poem:


    My Enemies


If I were a tombstone,

I'd stand erect

atop your grave.

I'd mark your death

and bear your name,

chisled deep

across my chest.

I'd wear your epitaph

like a black tatoo.

My face would gleam

in a beam of sunlight.

I'd look at you

andfeel nothing but stone.