Through your eyes,
I penetrate deep inside,
To see your shivering soul,
Covered with sheet of freezing bruising past,
Experiences of dark gloomy nights,
And moments of disgust and pain.
I have not come to scrape your blooded wound,
Not to make your scar more blunt,
But to undress you from those cold bitter sheets,
To unburden you and warm you,
With the envelope of my embracing arms.
With just gaze of my eye,
No touch at all,
I will get into your trembling pure soul,
Will take down your cloths of unjust, exploitation and distrust,
We will be bare,
Craving to melt and mingle into each other,
And we will.
I will take away your fears,
Will make you fall again,
In the blissful realm of love, care and trust.