A beautiful cage,
A land rampant with age,
And all is good to me,
A breeze of air,
Of nonchalent care
Is teasing my destiny.
An ear is all it will cost,
To ride upon my fair,
So sit by my side and we shall glide,
The glimpse of sated fated I share.
A cackling hag delves into her bag,
And reveals a present for you,
The golden light of joy peals out,
When you realise, what you must do,
So up you jump to grab your fate,
Keen but nervous, like on a first date,
A thank-you doth part from your lips, I declare!,
Your heart beats so loud its hard to hear.
And so you find, like newborn kind,
The cage is your body,
The land your mind,
And time will pass,
And memories like brass,
Slowly but surely unwind.