You don't like the noise in here,
And I don't like the silence,
It's deafening, hurts the soul.
I want to listen to the rain
Pitter-patter on the window sill,
I want to listen to the curtains
Rustle in the monsoon breeze.
I want to listen to your voice,
Hear you laugh, smile like a child.
I want you,
I want to hug you, kiss you,
Hold you in my arms until they ache.
I want to talk to you, hear your humming
Of all the weird songs in the world.
And I want to feel you,
You are trying to save your life
Or what is left of it.
I am trying to ruin it, or what
Is left it, each day, with a fight with myself.
Because I desire you,
I lust you.
Because I love you.
I am you and you are me.
And I dreamt about
Spending an evening with you,
Together in a room,
Facing the sea,
Listening to the noise of the sea.
Your head on my shoulders,
Your hands in mine.
What's love without desire,
What's love without lust,
What's love without madness.
I promise you that I would see you go off to sleep.
I promise you that I would kiss your feet.
I promise you that I would love you so much
That you would surrender to me, willingly,
Your self, yourself.
And then you would be mine, only mine.
In body, in mind and in soul.