Love is Lonely

Fifth Element

Fifth Element
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Eyes became clouds
Rain drops became tears
I used to sprinkle my flower with
They appeared to be so sour
That she couldn’t handle them
And now they are even sourer
Just like the distance separating us

No more rain, no more pain
No love lost, no love to gain

Still her shadow follows me
Still her smile missed by me
The sound of her voice
Is painted on my memory
Movements I’ve never seen before
A perfume I can’t but to adore

No more rain, no more pain
No love lost, no love to gain

If I lose faith in God
I still believe in her
What’s once sacred
Shall never be wasted
Even if she’s not with me
I’m eternally with her
Losing her; I can’t bear

Real clouds appear in the horizon
I’m walking under the rain
Spelling out her name
How can I forget her?
How can’t I love her?
She’s my glory
She’s my pain
She’s the blood passing through my vein
How can’t she be missed?
How can’t she be kissed?

No more rain, no more pain
No love lost, no love to gain

If forests receive me
Trees will deceive me
The sun is forever there
Just like my love for her
If oceans hug me
Waves will drown me
Life’s fourth element
For her is a complement
If clouds fly with me
Indefiniteness of sky’s air
Is useless without her care
If earth buries me
Soil will refuse to
Who’ve once been buried alive
No need to be buried twice.