Straight, cloudy, road and sky,
I tear my heaven to know if it’s you.
Your shine, paused with ample happiness,
I fear my eye, fate if I come see you.
I paint back from past, things, chats,
New like a pinch of fairy on my cheeks.
I fly out of my mind, towards you,
Off where you begin, the world ends.
I hear not the whisper, my memory making me wince,
Of those few words, moments long lost in wilderness.
I wish not to bring it back, but bear fruit for today,
Whose seeds time sown years before this today.
I’m now out in open, dark land,
Easy it seems, looking at sunlight, you.
Overfilling my pain, your happiness,
Your hopping body and motionless time.
Seeing you if I can make it possible,
I’ll get wind of this crawler, me.
I lift my spirits not in pray, but in convention,
I’ll look for me and then I look for you.