Lay on that-one bed,
that summons your death;
a desolated chamber,
to take away your breath.

Creep out the window,
rise hither all alone;
innumerable to know,
in the globe of unknown.

Cherish one's seed,
to bloom as a flower;
entire of its desires,
grant at every hour.

A pretentious leer,
to take away your heart;
rise to mark 'don't stop',
formerly you had start.

Step your foot in grave,
Thereafter blissful save.