When I am alone breathing Mother Moon,

I see my reflection hidden in cursed tears,

After the sunset, I embrace the monsoon,

Disguising my sorrow and outcast fears.

In my dazed heart I am not glad to live

As you and I once worshipped eternity.

Now songs are still and this I can't forgive

For nothing can quench my thirst of infinity.

I buried my love beneath a delicate pine tree

Where I planted my bleeding hopes and pain.

My tired Venus is there crying like a banshee,

With the captain of my heart I shall remain.

If death is tender, it shall carry my soul too.

The dead are free but I am caged without you.

Karla Bardanza

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