Either Way, for NowI turn to the right and there you are again,Pushing me to the left; back and forth.My eyes, a pendulum. Disks in constant motion.I was swimming against a hopeful tide and now my limbs are far apart;I feel stretched like ribbon on a child's kite.The sky is no home for me.I would turn the other wayBut blood in my eyes and blood in the sky
It frightens me.You in the corner and you in the wayI can't BREATH in this roomI can't SLEEP in this bedIt just swallows me, swallows me, eats me alive
Your eyes may be a pendulum too, but I will never know.All I am certain ofIs that your eyes don't clash with mine.So far apart, like the spaces between continents.My whole entire idea of gravity has been lost,Now that the blood you tookBleeds upwards, into the sky, into the sky
As if my body,My "beautiful, perfect" body was floating on water,Red clouds exhaling from my soul
RecognitionFluid blue...Yearning green...Two halves, a whole,My guardian seen.A mountain,The moon,A lake of pure desire.Two halves, one life,Inside of a saphire.Blissful peace,Burning light,A fire growing with my flight.Two halves, one sky,Out in the stars I lie.AwateThe whole,While in the stunning cold.To nothing will you hold.Two halves, one whole...Too far away from home.