Out in the great murky turquoise, under the blanket of the stars
I look God in the iris,
and he whispers in the sound of the wind
Oh, great big sea, how I lovest thee.
But, as the horizon dims,
I must pay attention to your reflection,
The endless pitch black, bespeckled like glitter
Neatly arranged, far beyond this vessel.
My eyes can only see a sliver of the magnitude of your beauty,
as the waves rock me so as to remind me where my body is truly placed.
Searching for Euphrates,
Drowning in delusion.
I want to be as deep as the blue, but I still find myself pondering over you.
Long nights, oh, the ocean sea holds me real tight
But I will lavish in my curiosities for the heavens.
Having an affair with the ocean and the moon, my only lovers who’ve forgiven my sins.
They truly are my only friends.