The call of the wild is stronger to me,
louder and more alluring than I thought it would be.
They covered my eyes and bound my feet,
they left me alone for the forest to greet.
I sat for days while the moss grew on me,
I thought for days of the forest that sought me.
My legs went stiff and my skin turned gray.
Oh to be a mountain, I daily pray.
A rolling stone, I never will be.
Forever I sit, forget those who knew me.
For I am part of the earth,
my true mother from birth.
The call of the wild is stronger to me
louder and more alluring than I thought it would be
I fell for its call, as you clearly see,
For now the forest is a part of me.