When you arrive
I will not by
lying
in my bed

where
you hungrily
hoped
to find me

Forgive me
tell my granddaughter
better one of us
should live

– Gail Carson Levine from Forgive Me, I Meant to Do It: False Apology Poems

The Wolf is standing in front of Grandma’s house with a grumbling stomach looking at Little Red Riding Hood who is watching her grandma run away. Really puts something about putting yourself first, eh? Heh.

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