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Song of the Lone Wolf


If, in my sickness,
You found me beautiful,
Would you tell me?

I'm suffering.
A whole lot of hell has happened,
And I'm cold,
And I'm alone.

Winter wind whips my hair back,
As I take these long, night-time walks 
To where they hung my father on a tree;
To where blood and bone resurrected me.

I leave.
There's nothing of beauty here for me.

Fools dance upon my grave.
The sun roars,
The rain pours,

And I know,
I know -

You'll bind the broken willow
Of my soul.


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