Hoson zeis, phainou
medèn holos sy lypou
pròs oligon esti to zen
tò télos ho chronos apaitei.

Like the sea eats the shore,
Like the wind smoothes the mountain,
Time takes all.
Like the sea eats the shore,
Like the wind smoothes the mountain,
Sand will draw us all
and time will take its toll.

Golden towers and sanctuaries,
glory of ancient days,
crumbling away…
Everything we made’ll kneel
to Entropy.

These marble halls are only dust,
the newborn’s cry, an epitaph

Hear the echo in the wind,
arcane song,
a plea to live from a gravestone.
A long-lasting sign,
all the same to fade,
nothing to escape the curse of Time.

Our future is already past,
it’s gone so fast…

Moments come to pass,
slipping through my hands,
wasted, unknown.
Overwhelmed, I drown,
buried by the sands
of the hourglass,
every moment one grain closer
to the end of time, to death.

Traces left in history
Are but a ghost
Libraries are burnt down, lost
Love’s brightest fire,
Joy and dearest bonds,
Beauty and poetry,
All will die

We dance with death, but it won’t last,
She will not halt…

Moments come to pass,
slipping through my hands,
wasted, unknown.
Overwhelmed, I drown,
buried by the sands
of the hourglass,
every moment one grain closer
to the end of time

In the dance of entropy,
still we strive
to leave a trace, a seed behind.
Is it worth the fight?
Is it worth the pain?
If it’s all vain, why survive?

The melody of life is just
an epitaph…

Moments come to pass,
slipping through my hands,
wasted, unknown.
Overwhelmed, I drown,
buried by the sands
of the hourglass,
every moment one grain closer
to the end of time

Like the sea eats the shore,
Like the wind smoothes the mountain,
Time takes all.
Like the sea eats the shore,
So the Scythe reaps the harvest.
Sand will draw us all
and time will take its toll.