Sometimes an idea can bring something beautiful,
Sometimes something beautiful can bring an idea.
Such as this...
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See the ocean, shivers down my spine
Bring the motion, make me feel fine.
Slowly I start to cry, Ďcause you donít hear
My whispers, and canít feel my touch.
Darling, donít ask me why, when I dial
Your number, it means I miss you much.
Should I go on, without a rhythm, without a sound,
Trouble to understand, this world that I have found.
Hoping it could be, more than just relief,
Loving you, loving me, thatís all I believe.
Standing, waiting for revelation,
The key to the secret,
But mind the mindless.
Soapbubbles appear crossing a light,
Floating above, along the crowd,
They see their reflection.
Wanting, willing more, always,
Means music to the restless
Still there is peace.
A soapbubble appeared
Scattered by the sun
Drifting in your direction.
The burst bubble, in a vale of tears
As if by magic, no more fears.
I have a dream...
Protect me, dream.
Protect me from myself.
Protect me, dream, from the impatient
desire of being light and fire.
Protect me from the being I've been.
Not from temptation and enjoyment,
protect me, but from the banality of tomorrow.
There is no other time than now,
this whirlpool of "will be"and "was', or that moment
in which the drop falls into the clepsyder.
And behind the myths and the masks,
there is you, that is, the dream.
A dream that lasts a summer...
Standing at the shore of time, reflections on the water showing romances long gone and loves to be found.
Little waves sound like voices of the living, telling stories from the dead.
-Music for the restless-
The dark black echoes the stars above, where they always have been.
Remembering us that space is infinite.
You look at the water and see yourself crying.
Realizing that life is endless.
You hear the waves pounding like the beat of your heart, knowing that love is all around us.
Then I took of my shoes,
and took a swim,
with a smile on my face...
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