Let’s release the ties
That keep us locked yet stranded
And let’s go to sea.
Unafraid of the storms
Let the winds carry us
Let them take us somewhere else
Without being certain of our destination.
Where others see souls wondering aimlessly
We know we are spirits living shamelessly
We shall discover new places, new people, new experiences
We shall reach for the unknown.
In this ambiguous sailing
The moon and the stars shall guide our destinations
Let them decide where we are to explore
For they know of our desires and of my Gypsy Soul.
Surrounded by waves and the howling of winds
We shall strip our souls naked and let each other in.
Life will be the water to our wounded desserts
Then we shall laugh until our bellies hurt.
We shall empty our minds of our worries
We shall vomit the pain and the hurts
Our spirits refreshed will reach out for more
The strength found within like a beautiful Arabian horse.
There among the seas,
We’ll trace our route to our man-made heaven
We shall own our destiny by creating our world
Yet trust life to guide us with its unending love.
Lost but found that is whom we shall be
Crazy and sane, like the old philosophers and poets of the books we often read.
We will talk of nothing important and of things with depth.
We will watch the seagulls fly
We will feel the breeze of the ocean
We will be as mischievous as the dolphins.
We will laugh and cry
We shall dance and sing
We will hold each other
We will expand our wings.
We shall rest our souls until we reach new lands,
There we shall explore new cultures
Imprinting the memories on our hearts
For memories is all we really are.
Memories of our lives together
Memories no one can tear apart
Our lives will be our art.
We shall travel until we can travel no more
Then life will take us to a new untainted shore
Deserted paradise, we shall call home.
There we shall wait for time to do as it pleases
We shall watch the sunrise and the sunset
We shall cast our nets
And we shall look at life without regrets.
I will hold your hand until it’s time to let go
But no matter, for one day we shall see each other again,
Like old lovers and friends our spirits will greet
For it is you and me, it always was, it always shall be.