Museum quality giclee on artist’s canvas,

by Frank Allnutt. Photo: Bruce Eilerts, USFWS.

 

Gray Wolf

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The wolf in European and early American folklore had a mostly bad image, built around fear and superstition. American Indians, for the most part however, venerated the wolf because of its seemingly spiritual nature, hunter’s instinct, and family/social structure. Wolves mate for life and share responsibilities for raising their young.

Spirit of the Wolf
(Cherokee)

Wolf is my companion.
Wolf is my brother.
We walk together on our journey.
Wolf is my guide.
He shows me the path I must walk.
He protects me from harm.
Wolf is my guardian.
Wolf is my teacher.
He shares the wisdom of the ages.
Wolf is my comfort and warmth.
I find shelter in his shadow.
Wolf is my spirit.
He has touched my soul.

 

 

 

 



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