Be careful where you put your foot,
Beware the sky of rosen soot,
Casting shadows upon the mildew,
Creating a cream coloured hew.
Beware the secrets of old,
How they create a mold,
For fate and all it's events,
And all the heaven sents.
For where the lillies lie,
Beware that thou shalt surely die,
Love of old and new shall show,
That the lillies surely know.
Where blue sky dies,
You shall no more have old ties,
For the tale of an Englishman,
Amongst lillies is a most lonesome.