Vacancy, It was all she experienced now. She had no place, no direction, her lips remained drawn almost in constant frustration, it wasn’t as though anyone lingered long enough for it to make a difference. To say she held some agitation and even envy of others would be an understatement. She was lonely underneath it all but her frustration plagued her features even the beauty of her coat couldn’t cloak. Inara strode aimlessly in the deep snow a glare plastered on the white blanketing the land around her. Even some of the tallest jagged rocks lay hidden beneath the snow, making her movement even slower, the bitter cold biting at her paws. It all was boiling to the surface and she half wished to cry out in frustration until a dark forum pouncing about captured her attention. She growled softly to herself as she pushed her thick from through the snow with great effort not to plow head or chest first into a rock.
It was almost a bark that escaped from her maw but all too quickly falling to a growl as she watched the scene to unfold. Inara wasn’t a cruel wolf but she wasn’t always the best at expressing her emotions since she had fallen into solitude.
A deep sigh escaped as her tail lowered, the wolf before was rather large so she tucked her delicate throat. She had learned not all wolves took kindly to her blunt nature and she kept gaze on him. Debating deeply she tried to show that she was large enough not to be messed with but small and postured enough she didn’t look like she was out to start a fight. Silence hung in the air the tip of her tail waving lowly a hint to the fact she wasn’t completely out to fight with the wolf before her. To be fair the wolf must be new around here, perhaps she was too harsh with her approach but how else could she express her desire to make certain he wouldn’t be eaten by some other beast because he knocked himself un-conscience.