He lifted his arms And rendered a glance. And all the world’s strength Tendered at his hands. As the deep skies Swept us away And surrendered all We ever kept at bay. And when we parted Without a kiss, I found myself wondering About his lips. Not knowing that one day, He’d taste like my name And that these lips of mine, Would never kiss the same. That crowded night, I Caught my first breath of his air And galaxies near and far Scattered light everywhere. The scent of his body Felt just like home This scent of his body I now own.