I plead with eyes wide open,
For the consistency of sin
To be removed within my breast,
And for a plagiarized transparency.
My life with you was short-lived;
And the bucket of our renewal
Could only last through death,
Until the page is turned.
I dream of coconut piles
And long forgotten shores,
Where we meet once more.
And live in ecstasy of refined diamonds
Sparkling as they were inherent
Upon the beaches of glass and shell.
Drowning out the rush of waters,
With their brilliance.
And you, in a skirt bedazzling,
Drive my heart into the sea.