Apology To An Angel
I have tasted the swell of honey on my tongue, I have danced with you through endless fields. I have had many a talk with you throughout the valley, flowers strewn through our hair, and have glided through the breeze made cool by diamond fields. I awaken now, and lest I be so bold as to ask for something more, it would simply be this:
I cannot express with pen or tongue the things which I have learned. For they were not seen with these blinded eyes and they were not touched with these mortal hands. I see this world before me now, so far away from where I've been. So mangled by the thoughts of men.
The sun peaks from across the room now, and taunts me as it fiddles at my straining eyes. Struggling to recall the powerful ivory columns as they awe me from afar... gasping while the twirling alabaster gowns melt away through distant fog. No, soon words will do no good.
I will only remember you.