13 thoughts on “Howl”

    1. Years ago I practiced yoga and we learned an exercise called the “lion” where we all growled. I thought it seemed silly at the time, but it also felt great letting yourself growl. So perhaps howling is much like growling.

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  1. The tones and movement of your picture and words are pure emotion. With your desire for howling, it reminded me to Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola.

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    1. Oh yes, I read that years ago. The wolf is my favorite animal and I’ve always felt a connection to the “howl”. The coyotes out west howl magnificently at night. Although we have a lone coyote here in my woods right behind my house, I have never heard him howl and suspect the neighbors would be even more alarmed to hear him howl than to hear me howl.

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