Look at the fog outside, where are the werewolves?

where are the werewolvesThis morning I was watching the weather and the weather lady said:
Look at the fog outside! Where are the werewolves?!

To the reporters, meteorologists, and news anchors – I say, “We are here.

To the doubters, disbelievers, and skeptics – I say “We are here.

To the casual reader, curious researcher, and interested knowledge-seeker – I say “We are here.

Werewolves are always there, lurking just beyond the edges of your sight.  If it’s foggy outside, they’re closer than you think.  If visibility is at a all-time low, beware, there might be one right next to you.

On the other hand, you don’t need to wait until it’s foggy to fear the werewolf. Do you think because it’s sunny outside you’re safe from the creature of the night that has survived a millennia?  Werewolves are often hidden right in plain sight.  They could be the neighbor that lives next to you.  The nondescript person in the crowd.  The friend you thought you knew completely, but didn’t.

Werewolves are not just creatures of the night.  They are not just creatures of the fog.  They are not just creatures of the shadows.   Werewolves are there night or day. Werewolves are in all corners of the globe. It’s just a matter of whether or not they want you to see them.

So to everyone that looks out into the foggy mornings, the rainy nights, or the dark shadows and wonders where the werewolves are – I say:

We are here.

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6 Responses

  1. Elene fiala says:

    I understand being a werewolf myself

  2. True, I’m a werewolf hybrid. Draolf: meaning Wolf & Dragon. Also known as Hybrid!

    @Elene Fiala, nice to meet you.

  3. I’m Assassin, Shadow, Shad? Wolfia? You can call me whatever you want! 😀

  4. KitchiLupe says:

    @Wolfy y?

  5. KitchiLupe says:

    Oook interesting thingstuffs Lol ^.^

    So @Buddy you are there? And I’m here too. But how could we learn to see something we cannot see? I think I see what your trying to say in this post. “We are here, when you don’t see us, even when you don’t see us, we are there.”

    If they truly were out there why can’t I see them?

    What aggravates me most is when they DON’T come out and when I DON’T see them. Typically my intuition would tell me something about someone and it’d be right, even when I don’t want it to be. I felt that my friend had something wolf about him and apparently he actually has a pet wolf, and he himself claims to be a werewolf. But.. I’ve felt the “wolf” feeling about many at my school, and what aggravates me Most is when they don’t tell me about it, sometimes even when I ask.

    I remember a time when I was in JROTC my squad was asked to line up and we weren’t allowed to turn around. I felt the “wolf” feeling and I could hear some anonymous person sniffing people and stuff, likely searching for a scent. They came somewhere behind me and I actually heard a growl. Yet I kept quiet.

    Ever since then everyone was acting extremely strange around me and it aggravates me as HELL! But still, I presume it’s sad that online is the only place that people feel free to be a different person and actually be open about what they are. I respect those who are skeptic about things because that means they can think. But I respect those more who are honest about themselves because that shows character.

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