Walls–they tell of those who were
The visage, faded, once was clear
Oh where have you then disappeared?
Into the night? Across the sea?
Or do those jaded memories
Still haunt your halls, as they do me?
Foregone–the night so cleverly
With darkness swallows every tear
A soundless cry on soundless ears
But walls–they loath forgetfulness
And not as I do they so turn
Their stories are not fast unlearned
In somber unrelenting tones
A chorus of distress is sung
For spirits absent far too long
T’would be such bliss to quell their taunt
But as I seek I find you not
And feel at last I am forgot