HIS SHALLOW OCEAN OF WARMTH
Deep in the darkness, I had learnt my refuge
A shallow light, darling, a bit too bright?
This darkness, this melancholy, I had learnt my home now.
That shallow glow you gleamed
Darling, your love, was a bit too deep?
Here in my home, cold, no glitters to disturb my mourning
Why, darling, do you dip in your warmth - ah! Soothing?
And here, when I have learnt my solitude,
Why?! Darling, why do you rain that touch, that shelter?
To leave me to learn all of this,
Yet all over again?