I don’t think I could tell you of ease But I see you across from this sea in between Shifting in your seat, nursing a dull ache I know that feeling all too well But I don’t want to tell you about it In case I may come across insensitive Because I’m trying not to shift this center of gravity We both share in desperation And tip us over the edge We didn’t dare to wonder about But I never learned to swim And this sea in between is filling up my lungs When did it get so hard to breathe? I call after you, under my shallow breath I see you for everything Hoping you see me too But this heavy air we drink Settles in your shadow and mine It spells out gracefully That the spaces between us Are built out of love And so, we go on Paving distances For these descending clouds
we want to give it all away give it to our shadow heaviness, breath, despair our shadows so thin so tormented by light we are the contour of our tears often times you happen to yourself and some bliss in the depth of fiercely found wisdom
there is so much space in our eyes for the world to shiver anew to pass through us like the shadow of light you want to be held in the space of a heart we need more space in the eye of the other for our shadows to play unhindered in the quiet light
I should paint you like my shadow, A lot of the black ink ran out of my pen You reflect all of my dark smile's intentions, Not to mention, I could dream of you Like I had the control to it all, all in an instant; -Our love was always lucid
Memoirs of dead men; I wonder of future generations, Like those I have met. As to my own destiny, Why let the question phase me? This labor of love, that Life, I wish to live selfless- And be great, anonymous. Shadow the dark, and shine light Radiate through the night That, of your conscience. Wakeup, & look around; This is war, not merely fight- For all that is just and right, Stand-up, don't just die. The fuse is sparked, the fire ignite: Spread your wing and take flight.