Like the invisible coyotes that streak through the woods to the fringes of our town, a bawling wind of voices. Theyâ€™ve come too close, the village complains. Perhaps. Iâ€™ve heard the squeals of chipmunks caught in the fur-fire. People plug their ears, follow their dogs out at night. But still, I open my window to their shrill, persistent haunting, fall asleep to the blessed assurance of a pulsing, moon-ticked pack loping over the fallen leaves in the darkness, working together for some kind of good.