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of wolf and bran

Discussion in 'Blogs' started by Harry Haller, Oct 17, 2015.

  1. Harry Haller

    Harry Haller United Kingdom
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    the wolf is dead, a house with two ferrets, 3 dogs, two of whom have just had major surgery, and a cat, does not need another animal.

    I sit with Bran most nights, he is in a cage so that he does not put pressure on his leg. His twin Rory, sits outside and talks to him. Bran hates being alone in his cage, if we all leave the room, he cries.

    Since the accident, everyone has pulled their weight, Dan has been great, Rory has started going out to the toilet, even brave Bran waits till the morning and refuses to foul his cage.

    Is the fight between wolf and man a fight between the divine and the thieves? When a man succumbs, when the connection is lost, that is when bad things happen. I always thought of my wolf as a beautiful creature, a handsome beast with a lust for life, a passion for living, I see him now as a pathetic wretch, lazy, self obsessed, greedy, selfish, a scrawny mangy devious creature.

    no more howling at the moon for a while
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