My life was ruined the day I abandoned my search for the Sun, I settled for a light bulb.
Thereon I refused to acknowledge its existences.
A corner of my heart always knew, for it always felt its warmth, but I feared the bright of its light for I knew it could blind me.
Everyone who continued the search was a traitor, every such breath a blasphemy.
A veil saved me from the sun whilst the bulb kept the darkness at bay.
For the life that I lived, I worshipped none, neither the darkness nor the sun.