Have ye no shame?

Have ye no sight?

Have ye the courage

To bask in the light?


This there is plenty,

Plenty and none:

Shall I uncover

What ye hath done.


Any temple to thee

Could never do thee justice, no:

Thine presence alone

Is all that I need.


Hide, seek shelter, lo!

There is nothing for ye here; go!

The plains and hills and seas

Hold not a candle to thee.


Death, have ye no shame?

Death, have ye no sight?

Have ye the courage

To bask in the light?


Ye have robbed me,

Robbed me blind.

Our souls, hers and mine,

Could have been intertwined.


Devil, have ye no shame?

Devil, have ye no sight?

Devil, have ye the courage

To bask in the light?


We could have set sail,

Her and I.

We could have been dreamers,

Just her and I.


Given the chance,

I could have had her hand.

Til ye had snatched her,

And drove me mad.


Had ye no shame?

Had ye no sight?

Had ye the courage

To bask in the light?


Had I no courage, either?

To bask in thine light?

Make haste, and return,

Oh, spectre of old!