Performed by Val Cole
Dante had two objectives, Pleasure and Survival, with motivation derived to sustain the first often pushing the boundaries of how to maintain the last. His fatalities reciting, “what a wolf in sheep’s clothing.” But the wolf’s hunt isn’t causation for pain brought about by a desire to inflict it. The wolf is ignorant to such results, when it’s time to eat, it’s time to kill. While ungulates graze on helpless grass, advertising peace through dietary restrictions, wolves surround their prey and attack like dancers running from still shadows, stripping the feathers from a Swan Song with grace and dignity.