My soul and his are binded by ageless
And borderless miles of dreams, floating
Inside my mind by centuries of unfulfilled
And caressed wishes still shimmering in waters of blue.
I still belonged to this earth,unbounded with dreams
Wrapped up in coils of graphite and gold.
Dispersing all kind of wishes to dreamers with
Dreams from early love visions,and kingdoms untold,
As disguises his face for me not to see, who's
Behind the mask, as he's meant to wander untied, and
Carefree,to all those vast and green hills,that I see down
Below,and as a butterfly myself, boundles I go happy running to him.
As he beckons me with his hynotizing and forceful stare,
To which only in dreams I could have had ever conceived,
As he kisses my lips so sweet and offers me to come to him,
In death, sadly I had to decline, also with tears in my eyes.
Because I still belonged here, bonded so much to the earth,boundless
But still, tied and sewn to this mortal body, by fragile threads...of gold.