Aesop´s wolf

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It was a magnificent animal, soaring with legs, and skinny, as it suits a wolf. His eyes, normally oblique, stretched prodigiously when he rode in anger. He had the cross-snout of whitish scars. The footprint of his leg lit the soul of the hunters, for it was immense.
The magnificent beast lived the powerful youth, soaked in fatigue and blood, which is heritage of its kind, and for many years it´s great natural hatreds were the dog and the man.
The youthful verve passed, however, and with the mature age they came slowly, difficult, painfully, ideas of a deeply pilgrim cut, whose effect was to isolate him with in ariscas and silent walks.
The essence of his ideas in torture could condense into this concept: “man is superior to the wolf.”