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tell me all of your stories to here, my darling

Finally you are here The one I’m looking for I see you right now Feel like you are in my world Times I lost in the past With you I’ll get my memories back Won’t you ever come to me Knock my lonely castle door Here my frozen heart Just Started to beat Promise me that you’ll Take your place in my heart Will you promise you’ll rescue me Take me from eternal loneliness When you come and stay with me The cold will never bother me anyway Sound in the dark Getting louder in my room I get too close This is where my demons hide

There are times we had spent together In my distant memory Won’t you ever bring me that Wake me up and call my name Here my frozen heart Just Started to beat Promise me that you’ll Take your place in my heart Will you promise you’ll rescue me Take me from eternal loneliness When you come and stay with me The cold will never bother me anyway Sound in the dark Getting louder in my room I get too close This is where my demons hide Will you promise you’ll rescue me Take me from eternal loneliness When you come and stay with me The cold will never bother me anyway Stop dreaming the dark Here’s my world for you to sleep

Artemis is the Greek Goddess of the hunt, the forest, archery, chastity, and the moon. She was also a protector of women and children and was known to heal women’s injuries and disease. When depicted, Artemis was nearly always shown with animals of some kind – most often with dogs or deer. This is because her domain was the forest, and therefore all wildlife within the forest was under her guidance. This would have included wolves. If you are to research Artemis, you will find mostly references to her link with hunting dogs. The greek god Pan gave Artemis a pack of hunting dogs of which Artemis takes seven when she goes hunting. Her connection with the moon serves to tell us that any animal with a draw towards the moon would be favored in Artemis’ eyes. Therefore, wolves, the primal original canines who so love to howl at the moon are also Artemis’ animals.

Diana, the Roman Goddess of the Moon, was thought to be Artemis’ Roman equivalent. They had many of the same qualities and attributes including domain over the forest and wildlife therein. Diana was the Roman Goddess of the Moon, just as Artemis was the Greek Goddess of the Moon. She ruled over the woodland creatures, which would include wolves. She was also a protector of women and children. In recent times, wolves have come to be associated with the “primal” or “wild” woman, essentially taking us back to our primitive instincts and intuition. Diana’s inseparable link with women and the fact that she was a wild forest goddess makes her connection with wolves palpable.