We were made before time was measured,
When our world was forged by furious fire,
And the bellowing breath of raging titans.
Elemental and mystic, we rode unicorns
And tamed dragons, to rule forests and skies.
Serpents recoiled in reverential repose,
And gryphons circled beneath us,
Never daring ascent to our heights.
Those spiteful gods, having created us,
Grew jealous of our flaming passion
And cast their wilful intentions.
Ice replaced heat, encasing souls
And freezing blood and bone alike.
Plunged into deepest ocean dark,
And guarded by leviathan and kraken,
Unfathomable pain in our depths.
As this planet withers, wrinkling with age,
Jaded deities relocate their playground,
And ancient envies are unheeded.
Volcanic rifts stir seas into boiling frenzy,
And thaw long buried tombs.
Hearts escape their watery graves,
And reunite to beat as one,
Rise again and reignite our love.