Track 9 from the 2012 album 'Dreamcoat' available to download here: http://mothequals.bandcamp.com/album/...
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Sample - Sylvia Plath reading her poem "Fever 103"
"I am a latern,
My head a moon of Japanese paper,
My gold beaten skin infinitely delicate,
And infinitely expensive.
Does not my heat astound you?
And my light,
All by myself I am a huge camellia,
Glowing and coming and going,
Flush on flush.
Think I'm going up,
I think I may rise.
The beads of hot metal fly
and I love I,
Am a pure acetylene virgin,
Attended by roses, by kisses, by cherubim,
My cells dissolving,
Old whore petticoats,
"Your body hurts me as the world hurts God."