You're getting heavy in my arms.
This is like running through water:
Travelling at a slower speed,
Being dragged backwards through a waterfall
I feel your dead weight gaze
While we drown in our self deprecating oxygen.
We're trying to light a fire-
It gets extinguished by the wailing wind,
It's telling us to turn and run
Past the awning soaked with aurora light,
I can only fall-
Twisted, with leaves crunching in my hair
Drunk, wickedly out of our minds.
You could spend your days
Staring heatedly at me,
Until my mind turns to ashes-
We're silent shadows melting together
Under the deep midnight sky,
Your violet eyes burn my skin.
Nothing remains anymore:
Just our fading imprints in the grass,
We're all flying, but sick to our broken bones.