We dwell in a time of neither night nor day. It's like an ever-eve of a gloaming light. Our robes have gone grey as we sailed to mortal shore. The journey felt so short to the gates of evermore.
The paths we used to tread and the secrets we then told, no one knows them by now and we, we are too old. We linger on hand in hand through the dusk-veiled glades. Recalling our lives as tomorrow, it fades.
Remember the times when we ruled, you an I. Where our Eden lied in an age long gone by. Your hair was like of a golden shiny dye. Now so grizzled from an age long gone by.