Let Me In

All I see belongs to me,

Now that the crops are planted.

Let the kids eat properly

And love just what they’re handed.

Something landed on your back and it mocked you as you traveled,

Clutching to a tired blade as you followed her like cattle.

Let me in, let me in, let me into your house

Let the snow block your door after I enter.

Do not lock with the keys

That I made with my teeth

On the bones that we saved after dinner!