Bleed, darling bleed, To fill the Earth with your spirit, Drowning each tragedy in your touch, Letting myself fly to your web, For I will gladly be caught, Ensnared in your grasp, To be soothed by your sighs and songs. Upon the rain, Droplets form crystals, in the deepest parts, Where glaciers rise, Faces collide In welcomed kisses. Sculpted brows Rise high, in the euphoric climbs. Bleed, darling bleed Your eyes to fill the beach, for the sand Has not received enough of a touch From the ocean's waves. Lay your heart in the current, In the tide, Let yourself swim in the deepest part Of the shallows. Let your fins cut the waters above your back, Let your tail shower the sun in your magnificence Upon when it lands down. Bleed the world to unite, Never the oceans to part, As the both of us did.