Sitting in a shiny case, Hanging in this big black corridor. Staring at the night sky, waiting for my master to open the bars.
If I close my eyes and focus, I can experience my inner soul. One summer day I went to the pleasantly cool forest of pine.
In between, The preserved water in a vase And two eyes containing the effortlessness of lakes Lay an address, afflicted and eternal.
Tears rolling down, You say why? Memories breaking by, You know why? Heartbeat racing up, don’t tell me why, Because I loved you once in a while.
As the beats of summer Went down Went down in Sorbonne We were together We were together In the shades Of perplexity And magnolia too.
When the Calculation of probability says That you aren’t going to be mine The charming beauty of a dark night Comes into my mind. It fascinates and reminds That with increasing intensity of darkness More happily the stars shine Which...
Unfolded forlorn petals Entwined to warmth of sun filled bliss, Brought back treasury memories, Leaving my heart flourishing into Rhythmic ecstasy with glowing embers of passion.
I’ve heard bleeding of grasses. I’ve heard peeling of onions.