You dance surrounded by life and I
Stood so far and deep in nothingness
Where the echo of my steps
Deafened my ears and with its ugliness
Blinded me temporarily when
The dark skies swallowed the sun
And tears of misery birthed a flood
In the middle of that barrenland.
But a breath of relief, I was offered
With the faintest voice of your laughter
And a lone tulip blossomed
From the surface of that black desert.
I began to crawl as hope,
With a fragrance, lingers in
Some corner of my heart, that
I stumble in your arms at the blindspot
Which lies in the shadow of the fence
Of the garden, where exists existence
Where fields of flowers allures noses
With a seducing smell and colours of
Mortality and a spirit in those green aisles
Fetches for itself, a feeling of freedom,
A breeze of bliss and a rush in spine
For quivers to rule the body.
I seek forgiveness for I strayed
In my journey to attain glory.
But I ignored the biggest blessing; your love
And thus in that one step I lay
Distance of oceans between us.