Wolf Like Me by Roisin
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O here comes that moon
Acknowledgements for some loosely adapted lines: TV on the Radio's "Wolf Like Me," for "mirror my malady," "open my heart and let it bleed onto yours," "feeding on fevers down on all fours" and "let me show what all that howl is for," as well as Langston Hughes' poem, "Dream Variations," for the line "night coming tenderly, black like me," and the Bhagavad Gita for "now I am become death."
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