I swelled in her stomach
I swelled with her love
It was the wisest I have ever been
Now i’m of her nature
I know a polished love
If anyone thinks anything of me
It is because of her
And i’ll think it was me
That is the brilliance of her
My sweet comings,
I have never felt my heart like this before
Like my heart, you’re no different.
So tender, so rhythmic; reliant on my breath.
I can see you with all the light the world can hold
Like the lover sun, transcending over it’s darling earth,
You’re no different.
Your sweet lucent life has well-lit mine
I can feel our little flying atoms fusing
And it makes me cower.
I don’t want you to be captured,
like what sky does to light.
Turning it simple and blue.
We must ask,
What does the sky ask of night?
To come gradually and swimmingly
If someone asks this of you, ask them to die.
Only when the night runs out,
May love hurt you, the right way, without guilt or appease.
I must ask,
How does one care for you lightly?
I care like lightning, for you
There is no better word I know than your name
Dogs and birds; Bark and chirp, and all I do is say your name
I promise you my voice like no one else, your name
I’m thankful for letters and speech and you
Refer to my voice for floating magnified meaning