I looked for you By my side in the bed In the morning dew And in the books I read Asked the shimmering moon About your whereabouts It'll be dark and lonely soon I'm afraid of the rising doubts
Like a kid holding on to his mom I hold on to your word Amidst the raging storm Where my cries fade unheard I implored the moon To lead me to you And it came down by the lagoon Where it happened out of the blue
Who are you searching for Enquired the celestial beauty I told, 'the one who calms the war The one with the charming gaiety The one who could break my heart Yet who chooses to mend the cracks The one who is smart akin to an art Simply capable of creating Earth quakes'
Your lips curve a smile Laughter follows your storyline Till the corner of your lane Until it reaches your drawer full of pain Where the ignorance is gathered The hopes that are tattered The feelings that are shred The voices that are trapped
Your wall is so graced With pictures and quotes that are all over the place Till it vanishes behind your couch' legs In the angle where your walls curl up Where your stare often stucks The heap of damaged clothes piles up The wrappers once lost shows a heads up The unused guitar bring a suffocating lump
Over the couch that felt million ouch Quarrels and laughter from so many mouths The cushion after each party knows only sweet memories But the pillowcase holds a darker history The twist and turns while the clock remained frozen The sobs that it softened The heart that got hardened The cry of silence again left unspoken
I look beyond your house Away from those words decorating your wall Passing a hand over the creases of your couch Onto the pillowcase that's soiled, in a day twice Between the eyes, where your smile, breaths its demise And see you again Just for a while
You come out at night When the lights forget to shine You look up at the sky And for the first time You smile a real smile from two parts of your one heart To feel home You seek for constellations That are million light-years apart.