Folktober Challenge, Day 17

Spriha Kant

The Howl:

(Inspired by the image F 2.17 Skinwalkers)

Wood embossed with
coyote’s footsteps,
Traces of
large orange circular and blue spherical lights
in the sky, and
Stenches of
incinerated dogs and cored out dismembered cows
from ranches—
all notifying that the
howl at last night
was of
that shape-lifting witch.

©Spriha Kant


Spriha Kant is a poetess and a book reviewer. Her poetry “The Seashell” was first published online in the “Imaginary Land Stories” on August 8, 2020, by Sunmeet Singh. She has been a part of Stuart Matthew’s anthologies “Sing, Do the birds of Spring” and “A Whisper Of Your Love” in the fourth and fifth series of the books from #InstantEternal poetry prompts. She has been featured in the Bob Dylan-inspired anthology “Hard Rain Poetry: Forever Dylan” by the
founder and editor of the website “Fevers of the Mind Poetry and Art” David L…

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