February
A Shape from a Shadow
Come the Harvest
A Seaman Returning
The Mermaid
A Villains Discourse
Ten Years Gone
The Governess
Napoleon
To New Amsterdam
Apollonia

A Seaman Returning

Artwork by: 
Alex Lange

Darling dust down your eyes, Cut my ties to the brigantine, You seem sleepy and sorry to see me, You just shrug me aside. Were you haunted to hear? Took my life for a souvenir, With devotion, I battled the ocean, As you crossed off the years.

Oh, it’s not like you know, Oceans could keep me from coming home Oh, and love leads me home Oceans could keep me from coming home.

Darling don’t waste a word, I am dull faced and disinterred, I’m a life lost, no dream left to dream of, I’m not what you deserved. Darling why so alone? Now you dream in kaleidoscopes, Now I cut loose, forever I’ll love you, And forever you’ll know.

Oh, it’s not like you know, Oceans could keep me from coming home Oh, and love leads me home Death could not keep me from coming home.