My mother had told me
that dogs bark at night, when
they see a ghost
But who would believe me
in a city so happy and an era so modern?
There were sparks dancing on my walls
And suddenly, they hid themselves
behind the decaying plasters
Somewhere in the back of my mind
I caught the city disintegrate into thin mist
You lay beside me, dreaming of never-land
far, far away
Forgive me beloved
But something about the howling night
and the taste of your blood
makes me feel immortal.