Oh Stars of this stellated yet apathetic night,
Unfold the spangles of your mopey light.
You are my confidant in this jeremiad spasm,
That impels me to do not rigmarole stoicism.
I might be a big twit or a goon,
Asking fortitude from a blue moon.
I do demean; I kneel before you,
Begging the pure gaiety and neglect this morose woe.
The night she said the jilting goodbye,
Begins my ennui and can’t stop to cry.
As a submissive maiden she’s all I want,
For she has the Lion’s Share of my vulnerable heart.
Oh frigid stream in the zenith of the yuletide breeze,
Dampen my heart that’s presently unease.
Freeze it up to thwart from being slacken,
And preserve it for the lass whom I’ve been lovin’.
Oh oceans of awful and grievous tears,
Hear the squalls of my rigorous fears.
Flux me not to the harshness current of oblivion
For I’m still hoping for her vivid affection.
Oh crickets on the capricious bulky trees,
You witnessed and sympathized my unceasing loneliness.
When I listen to music in the cold night alone,
Reminiscing the sweet love we’ve shown.
Oh distant horizon of sea and sky,
Casting a silhouette of her unforgettable smile.
But slightly vanished by the miscreant strong wind,
My world remains cruel if I won’t have her again.
Oh mysterious meteors of the edacious night of pain,
From the outermost course you had flaunt and brighten.
I beseech you the fulfillment of my wishes,
To love her constantly; Grant me the chances.
Oh drizzles of morning dews of the dawn,
Bestow me the honor of this positive anticipation.
To love her is my greatest intention,
To cherish our love is my only dedication.
Oh sweet memories of love and pain,
Hopefully this love won’t be in vain.
Forever in my mind our love will retain,
And in my heart her place won’t be overtaken.
A chance to cherish our love, I plead to you,
Instead of pronouncing the baneful word adieu.
A lot of unraveling verbatim for you to tell,
A diffuse colloquy for us I crave like an asphodel.