You love to bleed the same blue I do,

Dyeing your crystal waves of nothingness

And then you steal the sun from me!

Drag her down to the darkest pits,

Her honey spilling over you,

Until all kisses of her embrace 

Seep away from me 

Until I am nothing more but a grey.

And the moon,

Why do you take the moon?

A blotch of white

The lantern of my heart,

Yet you take him away too.

And his silver whispers cascade over 

Ripples, ripples, ripples,

Until he, too, is drowned into your emptiness.

But your belly is not big enough for two, 

For a sun must be traded for a moon

And a moon must be traded for a sun.