The air I breathe without you, they say is forbidden.
A calmer being turns into misery, now I feel like a burden.
Pages after pages my destiny changed,
Every leaf of the tree I put in once,
Now are spread over of my happiness grave beneath.
I as an entity being is forbidden too,
In my eyes, the sun rays and the light of the moon.
Cause every ounce of me lacks you within,
Moments I refused to remember are now destroying me.
But why are these destructions so pleasing?
Can you remain a little within me?