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English 15 1/30/08 Wolf Encounter It was a bitter gloomy morning and my body had started throbbing. The crows were over the tree tops, signaling that the morning had come. The bucket I was sitting on was damp from the rain storm the night before. I saw the world around me in a new way. I felt as king, watching over all the creatures below me. The tree across my stand was mature and withering away. It had been beaten over and over by all the creatures that passed by. Listening to the creatures of the forest was such an astonishing experience. I had heard rustling in the far distance. I was eager to hear my most desired animal, a Gray Wolf. I, in addition, wanted to be able to see one and maybe get a good picture of one, but to my surprise, I had heard something I never thought I would hear. This noise was soft at first, but grew louder with each passing second. It was screeching, but at the same time sounded soothing. It matched that of a chipmunk, but to loud to be one. At this time, the other noises vanished to me and I was in a deep daze. It reminded of me being hypnotized and not able to move from the position I was in. This sound was extremely distinctive, but I just couldn’t be convinced of what type of creature it was. With a quick jerk, I had looked down towards the tree in front of me. A huge sigh of disappointment filled my voice. It wasn’t what I was hoping for and was nothing near what the
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