Just like a butterfly is twisted within the cocoon,
And the roots muddled close to moist soil,
And the sun basks in the moonlight,
And my untamed morning hair,
You are tangled, within me.
I want to be the feeling that stays on your tongue after eating a chocolate which makes you want more.
I want to be the gentle light that enters through your window which wakes you up in the morning.
I want to be the peace you get while you lay down on the bed with hands and legs wide open, looking at the ceiling fan as it gives you breeze, it’s the only sky that you own.
I want to be the dust that stays on your book shelf who knows your secrets more than anyone.
I want to be the coffee stain on your table which reminds you of the sleepless nights you’ve had thinking of someone you barely knew.
I want to be a part. I want to be the very reason which will never let you forget that you’re still a child who wants to cuddle in his mother’s arms, a child who wants to make his parents proud, a child who doesn’t like spinach, a child who’s not afraid.
I know. And I’ll meet you soon while you’re struck in disbelief, I’ll remind you all the stories.
I’ll remind you, I’m still there for you.
Something scratching in the back,
Something got her laughing while sitting up straight on her bed,
May be a familiar story in the old book rack.
The blanket was lying as she left it in the morning,
Twirled like a mermaid taking rest over a rock,
Waiting for the next wave dining.
The spoon just fell over the cup,
Like a huge star, shooting in the infinities of the sky,
While ceramic did talk and made hupp.
She just leaned back on the backside of her bed,
And just like that she held the music in the room,
And she saw the lower corner of the curtain waving to her but she wondered if it was all in her head.