My eyes drawn near to the cloak heís adorned,
Awaiting the day that is yet to be borne.
Into the void my cries are not heard,
As the fog carries on the horizon is blurred,
Peering into the nights that are draped by this veil,
Gazing upon lands which I know must be sailed.
Ahead I depart on this voyage unknown,
To reap of the seeds of misfortune Iíve sown,
Alas near dawn the shore demands me to stay,
And habor the fiends whoíve come out to play.
No time to partake in the gayla about,
Please join us in feast they scream and they shout,
But the jewels that gleam in the eyes of their joy,
Are the gleam in the darkness I seek to avoid.
Reflections Iíve seen in their faces of gold,
Of the sun which is rising for all to behold,
Light fast approaching to dissipate fear,
Blazing the glory onto all who stand near.
Blinding all the creatures of night who have lost,
The vision of summer as they welcome the frost,
For the valiant sailors true to their cargo,
The spoils of paradise eternally glow.
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