Wolf_-_Runner's Profile

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Self introduction

I apologize for not being on in quite a while. This is also directed to my fellow pack-mates. I've been trying to produce more flipnotes but I haven't had much inspiration lately, except for the recent flipnote I had created. I heard a song and that is the outcome. I am terribly sorry for the delay, my fans.

On another note, I have been on Hatena for two years coming this July! Woot, everybody party for summer break is almost here!! I hope you're all having good lives, and I would love to catch up with all my good friends.

Thank you for being my fans for all this time and supporting my work. 286 Flipnotes in total! -And counting-


  • Niskari- (WolfRunnr)

The Moon was an elegant and powerful being, she roamed the black skies with her bright white light. But she was very lonely and had very little beauty to look at and enjoy. So one day, she took a rock and formed a massive world in which she named Shaniq, (Earth) and had created beautiful lands, lakes and mountains, then the lone moon placed animals of many types on these lands. She then decided that there was to be one species to rule them all. And she created man and woman in many tribes spread out upon the land to even the numbers of animals. One man of the Woktu tribe, named Tala-Ishiq, (Wolf man) was a mighty hunter for the tribe. He was fast, noble, and had help from the wise black raven to find food. Tala-Ishiq saw the gorgeous tribal cheif's wife and wanted her for himself. Out of greed, Tala-Ishiq tricked the cheif and told him to wait by the lake for him, because he had a gift for the cheif. But Tala-Ishiq knew there was a hungry bear near the lake, and that the cheif could never out-wit the bear. The angered moon watched as Tala-Ishiq's plan unfolded, and decided to punish the hunter the next night. After Tala-Ishiq told the tribe of the cheif's tragedy, and claimed the cheif's wife to be his own, Tala-Ishiq went off into the woods to boast of his victory. The moon was furious at him, and beat him down. The weakened hunter pleaded on his knees for forgiveness as he cried out to the moon. The moon ignored his plea, and formed Tala-Ishiq's body to a beast that ran on four legs. The moon renamed him Tala, (Wolf) and declared that he repay the tribe by forever helping them in finding food and becoming a close ally to the men and women. Tala did what was told of him, running alongside the higher beings. But every night, when the moon revealed herself, Tala howled out to her, thanking her for another day he was given and pleading her forgiveness.

'Safe and Sound'

"I remember tears streaming down your face when I said I'll never let you go. When all those shadows almost killed your light. I remember you said don't leave me here alone. But all that's dead and gone and passed, tonight.

Just close your eyes, the sun is going down. You'll be all right, no one can hurt you now. Come morning light, you and I'll be safe and sound, sound.

Don't dare look out your window, darling everything's on fire. The war outside our door keeps raging on. Curled up to this lullaby, even when the music's gone, gone.

Just close your eyes, the sun is going down. You'll be all right, no one can hurt you now. Come morning light, you and I'll be safe and sound.

  • Vocalizing-

Just close your eyes...you'll be all right...come morning light, you and I'll be safe and sound."