From Breviary, Use of Verdun c. 1302-1305
I only draw what I see,
Think it’s strange? So is reality.
I only draw what is there,
Maybe there is a touch of toxicity in our air,
Perhaps it’s leading us to what you’d call a permanent acid trip,
De-volving into a mystical world permeated with overgrown animals and spirits,
So our wine, wig powders and makeup merry,
May be filled with lead, arsenic and touch of cherry,
Thus expanding our minds to a particular, peculiar view,
I only draw what I see, what you see is up to you.