U’Netaneh Tokef for Trans Women

Who will live and who will die?
Who in public and who in secret?
Who will die and who will wish she were dead?
Who by murder and who by suicide?
Who by design and who by accident?
Who by medicine and who by poison?
Who by prison and who by police?
Who by hunger and who by cold?
Who will be deadnamed and who will be nameless?
Who will cry and who will be unable to cry?
Who will be alone and who will be supported?
Who will be forgotten and who will be remembered?

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