“Wolf flow” (sounds scary, though I don’t know what it is)

“Draw a ward” (maybe a magical instruction?)

Both of these sound like they need some more words in them to be really good. So maybe they’re just seeds of some longer palindromes.

Further thought: palindromes are pretty cool units of language. Repeating a palindromic phrase any number of times creates another palindrome — so “wolf flow wolf flow” is a palindrome, as is “wolf flow wolf flow wolf flow” and so on. (I wonder if there’s any palindrome that still makes some sense after an arbitrary number of repetitions….) Also, if one considers two palindromes ‘A’ and ‘B’, combining them yields a new palindrome as long as A and B are in palindromic order — ABA will be a palindrome, as will will BAAB or ABAAABA. Somewhat mathematical bits of English, palindromes are (which maybe explains why nerdy folks like them so much).