What say my love in wintry land to dwell,
For sake of fears unwanted yet unseen,
Of stories of one’s life left yet to tell
Till daylight casts shadow upon your dream.
Lived I loved I wanted not to live a
Life of joy and togetherness all lost,
Serve to brighten the wisdom left to me
When love and life are left amongst the frost.
Nowhere from here to get while life abounds,
In pleasure pain and wonder we will seek,
Love’s abandoned for want of hallowed ground,
We feel the love and so it makes one weak.
For if there must be so narrow a view,
Then, death is swift, for life in love with you.