We held fast in a tight embrace,

a behemoth bell of silence rung.

I looked over and saw your face,

your eyes shone ten Egyptian suns.

They lit the way, across the sea,

navigating our steadfast sails.

A sudden kiss brought us to thee;

immensely loom majestic gales.

Conquer, reign, we did mid through,

your pacific lips pressed to mine.

In the twinkle of your eye, we flew,

amidst woven clouds and woven time.

We flew all night, without espial,

of suns with the iridescence of yours.

We finally anchored in Marseille,

another kiss; the clouds' encore.