I see you sinning for the season
I watch as you whisk yourself afar, to kites and heights that only innocent children dare dream to fly.
You've become the monarch of my distant heart
Heat simmering in between your thighs, gladly making you gleam
You've gotten darker, your skin beaming
These rays dance with you as you sway and yet I can only glance, with my lingering longing gaze, I take a chance.
Searching for romance when it doesn't want to be found. Growing colors so that they fade away
Growing in love so that they wash away.
The sun sets East, laying in the bed on the balcony you confess that it's been a good day.
The cars yell West, laying on your chest I confess how I've loved you since the first day.
Clouds move like wales in the sky, sunflowers shake like dogs getting dry and you've fallen asleep.
Cherry Lips, curious espresso eyes, charcoal hair, do you fantasize?
Because I imagine our bodies entwined and your moans so loud that it turns me blind and your chest beats to the sound of the waves, as I push your soul into the grave and we lie for eternity, breathing the love that I gave.
Public places putting us in danger leaves a sensation more thrilling than a thriller.
I've found my holy and peace transcribed in the way you caress me.
Gentler than fresh sheets pulling into me.
It's as if I've woken up in my own daydream and died in melodies, dripping rain from the sky giving clarity
Are we lovers in paradise?
Are we too young and stupid to think that only one night, could forever survive in our memories?