Ok, so it’s not new. But it’s still applicable. And since I have been reading in Song of Solomon, appropriate.
Do you not sleep, my lady lark of dawn?
(whose voice ambrosia is to Zeus mine ear)
For I do not, you see.
I pace about like an automaton,
And find you sleepless, haunting me.
Do you not sleep, my lady morning sun?
(whose brilliance nearly makes mine eye to tear)
I hardly ever dare.
The dreams commence (‘fore sleep has yet begun!)
Always of you, my maiden fair.
Do you not sleep, my lady Guinivere?
(whose equal I shall never see appear)
I could not if I tried.
I never shall know rest again, I fear,
‘Till you at last are by my side.