Let me let you love me want me kiss me embrace me take my breath away
Washing my laundry, I thought, The time I have wasted. I should have invested it
Our friendship includes pain Not unexpected, But the pricks are small compared to all We add to one another.
Tonight I'll see you, darling, At the city’s light display, The festive celebration Of our Independence Day.
When I was sick and in such pain, You hurt me over and again. You had to have your daily thrill, Came into me against my will.
No greater gift can one possess Than friendship such as we have known As kindred spirits we have grown
Broken Empty vessel Forgotten as though dead But God is near to the broken To heal
Rain on me Let your drops fall on me softly...
...how you penetrated / my heart’s barrier / and pulled me in / as to a / magnet / drawn / sucked / enticed...
Life down here is such a drag Without having you to nag; I wish you’d come back down below So I could once more say “Hello.”