My senses as I reel
Closing around me
Morpheus, why hasten you
Here, so far from your kingdom?
Make haste, make haste, there
Is no more time for dreaming
Time creeps upon you
On heedless Dannoura
Links: Midnight vigil to Darkness surrounding, why hasten you to make haste
First poem actually describes a fainting spell, can also mean depression. Morpheus is the Lord of Dreams.
Second poem notes there is not time for dreaming. I am trying to finish a project and am (as usual) running late. Yoshitsune descending upon Dannoura refers to the Battle of Dan no Ura, the final battle of the Genpei War (between the Minamoto and Taira clans, April 25th, 1185). Although mostly a sea battle, the land forces of the Taira were on a beach at Dan no Ura (which literally means “beach platform), when Minamoto no Yoshitsune came down upon them with his forces, riding down a very steep cliffside in a sneak attack.