Artemis, save me from his kiss Tuck my heart deeply into devotion for thee May I walk with the wolves and howl with glee May I from yearnings of romance be free May flowers bloom underneath my feet And the honeysuckles taste forever sweet May the nymphs bring me herbs to forget Those longings that threaten eternal regret And if too much to ask is this request Bring upon me an arrow So I may rest.
That we would always be children together, forever. Though not weighed down by the obscurities of this world nor tethered to adults, not even that we would live in this painful world of math and science, but in the clouds flying free. In the forest like nymphs, gaily frolicking in play. Innocent in nature and ignorant of the dark.