There are houses on this street filled with wolves. He-wolves and she-wolves and wolf-whelps howling for meat Scattered like snowflakes across the neighborhood. It starts slow, and ends with “I lost my temper” “It was their own fault” “All the better to see you with, my dear.” Some of us are eaten up, and some of us grow wolves in our own bellies, And some last long enough to meet our wolves down the line. What does it matter if you become the wolf or not? What narratives are left to us now?