While we might in both our vacant hearts, live in each other's memories, recede in the other's tides, I am still avowed in the night, I am still waiting with a rippling heart that you will. Dreaming in fear, battling the dark, while I see you tearing pages from secrets, moments, buried in cages, locked in one unguarded mind, finding the sun too bright to wake for. I shelter you in arms, curtained in morning dew. I believe that you will fill the ocean with more than the years we cried for. At one time, to love even with faces at a distance. Sending the kiss off, reducing the sentence in a hellish world we did not mean for, wish to live for while all our eyes found were doors - closed, leaving ourselves to rot. Blankets, before the soil. We always were looking to grow - with each other's ease in the embrace, within the crease.