In this bedtime poem, written by Inuit throat singer Celina Kalluk, an Inuit mother sings to her Kulu--or baby--about animals and other elements in their Arctic world and the gifts they bring to the child, from the summer sun's warm light to the Arctic hare's love, muskox's power, and caribou's patience.
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