"You know wolf, sometimes... I’m the one who is scary.”
Hidden behind her gaze, an intensity which, in the sweetness of this confession, feels reassured: there could have been a demonstration, of "great theatre", but this simple confidence expresses in itself a fact: if you speak the truth, you might hurt someone. Fear feels vulnerable and therefore defensive...and who knows, maybe aggressive too...fear of backlash, but serene, with a glance, she continues while the moon disappears: tranquility of tone. The images used do not detract from the depth of the subject:
“I face you and reveal myself in confidence: … who are you wolf? ".