The Wolf

posted Nov 5, 2015, 6:56 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:54 AM ]

The Wolf

What does your wolf look like?  Is it dark and foreboding?  Is it grey and fierce?  Is it white and majestic?  Is it threatening, malevolent, large teeth, red eyes, passive, aggressive, mangy, hungry, ambivalent, curious, huge, medium sized, small, an adult, teen or pup, male or female?  Is it stereotypical or is there a stereo type for your wolf?

Is it knocking at the door?  Is it huffing and puffing?  Does it want what’s in the basket or does it want you?

Is it a sexual predator or an animal?

Is it supernatural, like a werewolf?  Is it naturalistic and will kill if it can easily kill or will it slink off when presented with a more threatening presence?

Name your wolf.

How you answer all these questions tells a lot about you.  Are you optimistic?  Or are you pessimistic?  Your imagination is unlimited so do not limit your wolf.  There are some things that should remain mysterious about this predator, or this gallant savior, or this regular wolf.

That mysteriousness will come forth at a time when it is unexpected and adds another layer to the story, Dear Writer.

How you convey such details tells your readers what to expect and may lead to the unexpected as well.

Horror can be delicious and the mundane may produce more violence in the long run.

Some people I’ve met were more intimidating than a thousand wolves.  Some wolves I’ve met were not very intimidating but then they were in cages and well fed and just on view.

Need help with your wolf?

How I can help you?  With anything you’d like, even writing.

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The Wolf

What does your wolf look like?  Is it dark and foreboding?  Is it grey and fierce?  Is it white and majestic?  Is it threatening, malevolent, large teeth, red eyes, passive, aggressive, mangy, hungry, ambivalent, curious, huge, medium sized, small, an adult, teen or pup, male or female?  Is it stereotypical or is there a stereo type for your wolf?

Is it knocking at the door?  Is it huffing and puffing?  Does it want what’s in the basket or does it want you?

Is it a sexual predator or an animal?

Is it supernatural, like a werewolf?  Is it naturalistic and will kill if it can easily kill or will it slink off when presented with a more threatening presence?

Name your wolf?

How you answer all these questions tells a lot about you.  Are you optimistic?  Or are you pessimistic?  Your imagination is unlimited so do not limit your wolf.  There are some things that should remain mysterious about this predator, or this gallant savior, or this regular wolf.

That mysteriousness will come forth at a time when it is unexpected and adds another layer to the story, Dear Writer.

How you convey such details tells your readers what to expect and may lead to the unexpected as well.

Horror can be delicious and the mundane may produce more violence in the long run.

Some people I’ve met were more intimidating than a thousand wolves.  Some wolves I’ve met were not very intimidating but then they were in cages and well fed and just on view.

Need help with your wolf?

How I can help you?  With anything you’d like, even writing.

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What does your wolf look like?  Is it dark and foreboding?  Is it grey and fierce?  Is it white and majestic?  Is it threatening, malevolent, large teeth, red eyes, passive, aggressive, mangy, hungry, ambivalent, curious, huge, medium sized, small, an adult, teen or pup, male or female?  Is it stereotypical or is there a stereo type for your wolf?

Is it knocking at the door?  Is it huffing and puffing?  Does it want what’s in the basket or does it want you?

Is it a sexual predator or an animal?

Is it supernatural, like a werewolf?  Is it naturalistic and will kill if it can easily kill or will it slink off when presented with a more threatening presence?

Name your wolf?

How you answer all these questions tells a lot about you.  Are you optimistic?  Or are you pessimistic?  Your imagination is unlimited so do not limit your wolf.  There are some things that should remain mysterious about this predator, or this gallant savior, or this regular wolf.

That mysteriousness will come forth at a time when it is unexpected and adds another layer to the story, Dear Writer.

How you convey such details tells your readers what to expect and may lead to the unexpected as well.

Horror can be delicious and the mundane may produce more violence in the long run.

Some people I’ve met were more intimidating than a thousand wolves.  Some wolves I’ve met were not very intimidating but then they were in cages and well fed and just on view.

Need help with your wolf?

How I can help you?  With anything you’d like, even writing.

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