Like the equanimity of heart on a cool breezy night,
Like the stillness of the water that mirrors life,
Like the weariness after a hard day labor,
Like the twee rythm that reminds of the days past,
Her souls stirs mine into an illusionary benign evening.
Like the fragrance of the incense sticks that diffuse into the air,
Like the prayers that echo the wall of the temple halls,
Like the embrace of two souls deep in love,
Like the fading voice of a goodbye,
Her lips merge into mine.
Like the hazy summer sun that blinds,
Like the muslin veil on her face invoking mystery,
Like the collyrium that blankets evil,
Like time that shutters our past in the dark,
She enshrouds my heart.
And just like that, like nothing,
Into the void of my life,
Like something that had never happened and may never happen,
We fell in love.