Soon I will walk in sea that will take me to land and back again. So long was the hour that awaited a final tick that concluded with a final tock whence the clock that stops the flow; it shall truly stop the curdle of my blood once its evening grew. Then I shook my hat where the snow had fell, delivered myself at Nature’s door and hear a knock once the trees had parted. At that point, I endeavoured to choose the light that rose on my behind and seduced the darkness into an unbinding submission; whose shadow mine be flogged to obey my motion; whose glistening eyes made reflection mine vacant to reap a smile. “Surely, I’ve arrived at the right place?” As I thought; once I entered there was no return to the life that once was. At that point, I knew I was in love.