"Imago (Homines Partus)" as written by and Daniel Gildenloew....
Spring came with awakening, came with innocence and joy.
Spring came with fascination and desire to deploy.

Summer came with restlessness and curiosity.
Summer came with longing for the things we could not be.

Take me to the forests, take me to the trees.
Take me anywhere, as long as you take me.
Take me to the ocean, take me to the sea.
Take me to the breed, and be.

Autumn came with knowlegde, and with ego, came with pride.
Autumn came with shamefulness, for the things we could not hide.

Winter came with anger, and a bitter taste of fate.
Winter came with fear for things we could not escape.

Take me to the forests, take me to the trees.
Take me anywhere, as long as you take me.
Take me to the ocean, take me to the sea.
Take me to the breed, and be.

Teach me of the forests, teach me of the trees.
Teach me anything, as long as you teach me.
Teach me of the ocean, teach me of the sea.
Teach me of the great and me / greater me?

See me (another world creation)
Hear me (an another love that came from animae)
Know me (another/under the incarnation)
Fear me (an another power held by animae, me)

Give me of the forests, give me of the trees.
Give me anything, as long as it's for me.
Give me of the ocean, give me of the sea.
Give me of the breed and me.

Give me all the forests, give me all the trees.
Give me everything, as long as it's for free.
Give me all the oceans, give me all the seas.
Give me all the great and be


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"Imago" as written by Daniel Gildenloew

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    General CommentImago is "Man". This song deals with the begining of mankind, and them learning about themselves.
    o210non August 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAs man develops, he start to take ownership of everything on earth, and uses it egocentrically. "Give me every forest, every tree, every ocean, every sea".
    Zivnewon May 14, 2013   Link

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