Quietus

The pale and fading light of a dying sun, the ashen sky and the blackened snow

Beckons my soul with a promise of solitude

The veil of life and death has been ripped away, a tempest, vile, before my eyes

Bedevils my soul and I venture forth into the unknown night
Fade into naught, fall into nothing

Somnus aeternam, fear not

Fade into naught

Somnus aeternam, fear not deathWretched, disdained and forlorn, my final breath, at last

Withered, morose and forsaken, in damnatio memoriae

Relinquished, umbral and dreamless, all is silent now

The silence of the void

Anima moritusThese vast and mournful fields of a dying world

The somber night and malicious shades

Beckons my soul with a promise of solitude

Beyond the ghastly moors, into the gaping maw, I stare into the blackened pit

With awe, I yearn for deathFade into naught, fall into nothing

Somnus aeternam, fear not

Fade into naught

Somnus aeternam, fear not death