Cotton candies in the sky Have been luring me For a while Whenever I look up They are looking back at me White, yellow, pink. So devoted, Damn, so divine.
Cotton candies in the sky Have been enticing me To come closer to them. To get a taste. To dare and come find them And right there it is So I decide to follow I mean, how could I not?
I see a mountain that my eyes know for real is kissing the Spiralling golden sea moving silently above my head.
The mountain is steep. Yet I begin to ascend. Certain that the climb will be worth my while. As I reach closer I see it becoming slated Readying itself To greet me To meet me seductively draping itself in a net of lights Burning to unite. Demanding me to move faster So I let it own me like I never belonged anywhere else. And I rise like a high tide.
Only to find out It was all a tease A ruse Laid down very well to show me what I can have And what I cannot.
Cotton candies in the sky Concealing a world That some arrogant men claim they know about through ‘theories’ only wildly imagined, Challenging their egos
Cotton candies in the sky Changing everyday Shifting and drifting Shapeless yet constant Hiding secrets I cannot see. I will never see. Till I cross over to the other side.