Would you lay aside your wreckage from the tide
Could you dis-create disaster and its wake
Will you join the rites of uncovering
Down here by the fire we speak of boundless things

What would be the good of doing what you should
If what it's about is hearsay from without
When you turn your head no one's standing there
No one in the fog, and no one on the stairs

They go for control and lives mechanical
I won't follow them; they don't know who I am
Ghost wind filling cups, fills the wave that washes over
Everything you touch can't be wished away

What more can I do but wonder after you
Leaves and paper spin, picked up in whirling wind
Out there past the belt, in the dipper's night
What shall I believe and what will come to light


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