makings of a lone wolf

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a little guy

aims his toy gun

at the other kids

to him,they are the 'baddies'

playtime fodder

for his invisible bullets.

 

Each of his trigger pulls

seeing those in the imaginary crosshairs

pretending to die

plants an indelible overwhelming

feeling of power

in his young subconsciousness.

 

Just a kids game right?

 

But little are we able to determine

if and when

dark dark seeds are being propogated

and in which young minds?

 

But OH!

when over time

should they come to fruition

those reborn feelings of power

rekindled by so many wrong influences

 

then god help

the innocent 'baddies'!

 

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© Stef Wilde 14/01/2018

 

 

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Patricia and Stefan Wilde

Wed 17th Jan 2018 23:03

we think M.C. has answered your question Jems.

Thank's both very much.

P&S xx

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M.C. Newberry

Wed 17th Jan 2018 17:27

For every lone wolf that might be a danger, there are the
shepherds and their sheepdogs, and the police officers with their canine companions ready to protect - and deter threats to their respective flocks.

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Jemima Jones

Wed 17th Jan 2018 16:53

it is to be hoped that by now as many as possible of these vulnerable establishments (i.e. Columbine ) have been better secured. What a nerve racking way to have to live. Yes, Stefan, I also think you have dealt with the subject very well indeed. Thank you. Jemima.

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Patricia and Stefan Wilde

Wed 17th Jan 2018 11:38

cheers chumsters!

there are of course the unarmed kind of lone wolves who try to disrupt peoples lives in many other ways

most are all too easy to deal with.
Later guys.

Stef

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LEON STOLGARD

Tue 16th Jan 2018 11:56

something else I think we will never see the end of Stef.

A very chilling piece

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Rose Casserley

Mon 15th Jan 2018 10:31

hard subject dealt with superbly. Brings back memories of Columbine and Dunblane.

Well done Stef.




Rose 💋

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