|LETS MAKE SOME LOVE|
I can feel it, your need to linger in my inaudible breaths. To dally down my shrivelled throat, filling it up with your unaccustomed gorgeous lies, concealed behind nasty smiles of ownership. I see you gently moving your hands through your wet hair, drops of water falling on your broad shoulders, a grin stretching wide, running wild down your chiselled face.
You tilt your head and I gulp, a nascent look of awareness, of all sorts. You know me then, when I need you the most. Distracted eyes caught unalarmed, I see you walk away. Let's make some love ?
You and I were strangers once,
And then life smiled at us.
None acquaintance lied between,
I felt pulled to you altogether.
We passed by each other,
With each passing glance,
I knew there you were
And then, you were everywhere,
In everything I saw, in everything I heard,
Or so it seemed.
Dear stranger what have you done?
Are you a human or a lie perhaps?
Can you be a human and not be a lie?
This pain and love, this lie and truth, these consequences
Everything's been getting unbearable.
Sitting by the corner here,
I wonder if I'll ever see you again.
You and I are strangers now.