A candle in the ocean with a streak of fading light,
burning my devotion cold spray of lovers blight.
The ravens gather in the mast and bend my hefty sails,
as your eyes are drowning in the past the planks beneath me fail.
My skin creeps across my back and rolls itself together,
as wind blows, my clothes I lack and I fall like crumbling leather.
The mighty ocean winter waves crush my boat like thunder.
And I sink to the debts of the ocean caves to sleep amongst your plunder.