All I want to do Is to sit cross to you In that narrow rowing boat To see the nights and lights, The rises and the sets, The tides and the waves hugging one over another Watching the twilight Wiping herself, To see the stars, Shining as your eyes, To see the moon, As beautiful as you And your smile Igniting the life Inside me. To dive into the water To take the pearl and the gems Let the breeze lead our way I don't want again to be a solitary voyager I wasn't until I saw you Realization Is what you had bestowed upon me. And I am destined to see you At the infinity of my boat, A cursed wish, an unfulfilled dream. A stanza for a poem, an unfading reminiscence.
It was a Saturday night With no music, no lights, Darkness crawled to her feet Couldn't say whether it was to maltreat Isolated, still and lone She sat on her bed as if it was her time to be dead.
The seed of thoughts she sowed in her mind Sprouted suddenly and nurtured of emptiness. Her mind bloomed like wild flowers, creeping in the dark, running through the bark The shadows around her was her blackboard, She started painting it with the tip of her mind
'A cliff, some blown away leaf And a pretty girl was there, Looking to the endless sky Her eyes were concealed By a black clothed ribbon, While the brushes lied behind her Her limbs covered in red roses and tulips, Her body was a garden Of emotions '
A piece of art , in the canvas of her heart, She woke up in her room, with moist skin and pounding chest, Strengthened by the expanse of herself.
Her Painting was hanged on her walls Oblivious to admire or not, In her room of infinite doors, Closed one after other.
She moved towards her windowsill Looking to the horizon once again. Her soliloquy was poised, 'Tonight the stars shine bright'