When I first met love It took me in its arm And twirled me into a world Where I could no longer Be okay with loneliness. It dropped me in the dust.
I was a foreigner here. The only reality I knew before Love left me stranded Was dark and quiet, Comfortable and terminal.
I was bound to fade away And my time was almost up When Love ripped me From my grave And ****** me into Its strange world.
Here, I settled into My tragic fortune. Waiting for Love To dance with me again.
Our first dance Was too furious to survive. Love tossed me Like a ragdoll And spun me so fast My head nearly Detached from my body. Love went for the lift And dropped me on my face.
The second time Love took me by the hand It's gentle swaying Almost made me forget About our first disaster. Softly, Love turned me around. I turned once, I turned twice, Lost in rhythm I closed my eyes.
Now Love turned me again And when I opened my eyes Expecting to greet the face That hypnotized me, Love was unfamiliar. Distorted and cruel, Love changed to Narcissism And left me in the dust again.
One more time Love asked me to dance. And I said, "Stay away from me. I won't fall for it again." So Love shrugged and Began to waltz without me.
I watched in disbelief As Love moved With a new kind of grace And fluidity. It didn't need me To create such beauty. But with patience, Love waited for me.
So I stepped in And Love let me lead. Love bent with me And caught me When I dipped.