One long run, To a field of abyss, I came to visit the love I have found But now has gone To tell him I took the courage To step inside a dark cave, Where I could cure The agony that slowly Breaking in. He never knew I stayed inside the cave To listen to his silence Before I pour my heart away. I melted down In front of an empty space Like a candle burning in his palm Waiting for his caress. I have gone through One long run And God let me sleep At his feet. And though I could finally take Some rest, How I wish He never left.
You were as cold as ice; Lest my heart so desires. Even for the lips hath closed, Dull eyes are hurled. Your foreign thoughts I have fathomed Through the silence of your scowl. As my head lies, low and down, I cringed at most about your indelicacy.
You were as frozen as the moon; Never came across, always far from home. Though your sad glance glitters, The sparks of yours never burned. I have wondered, swam arcane, Your ocean with full of midnight solitude From a tidal that has consumed my bones, Now I bless you with a farewell in your room.