There I was, amidst the night - torn and lost,
Though my feet beneath me they straggled on.
I was walking yes, but much without cause,
And the moon above me still shining on.
I implored her to tell me - ease my mind,
She did not stir, so I asked her in kind:
'Why am I here, walking these very streets,
Fighting for every breath, while my heart bleeds?'
And then she said, 'For many years you sought,
Fame, glory, a love to last till you die;
But in doing so, you never gave thought,
To your heart's desires, you've lived a lie.
'So go now, and take heed these words of mine,
Live with your heart, never leave it behind.'