Have you ever been truly lost?Wayward, homeless, cast into the deep? Have you ever felt the cold seep into your soul, Or felt your bones brittle and break? Have you tasted the blood in your mouth, Seen the blackness abound, And swum in the depths of disease? Have you hated yourself, Hated everything at all, And then fought the billowing ire? Have you dove too deep, With too shallow a breath, And looked up to a cloud covering the sun?
Or have you stayed on the highway, in the right-hand lane, with your car on cruise control?