In darkness of night sleep steals you away,
And still is your heart, in your fatigue,
It’s all in your head but to your dismay,
You enter a world full of intrigue.
Often does one fall amidst such a maze,
Where all earthly desires come to life.
From cliffside to bedside nothing can raise,
one’s temperament less blunt than a knife.
To soar like an eagle high above trees,
Or leap across the Earth, Sun, Moon and stars,
Find yourself with quite a jangle of keys,
Each would open a door near or afar.
When finally both your eyes open,
A late night escapade is forgotten.