The Sealey Challenge Day 19: "Where the Wolf" by Sally Rosen Kindred
I admit that I haven't finished the collection, but the metaphor of the wolf is compelling. I also must say that this is the first collection that I've read this month that does not use straightforward grammar. Sometimes a clause hangs, or the noun does. Having that break from "normalcy" or typical language pattern allows for the poem to pause and even halt for a good bit while the reader takes in the multiple meanings. I find this idea intriguing. It is a way to create distance and that is fascinating to me. I owe this collection justice! It's worth a complete read.