Had a dream you were comin, so I woke up and took a shower 
 Sprayed cologne on my stomach 
 Broke my phone which broke some hearts 
 Cracked the window opened the blinds 
 But the room stayed dark 
  I fell apart 
 Brightness out my window 
 Yet the room’s full of shadows 
 If you were on your way, some things I had to let go 
 Sat down on my knees and begged my smallness to flee 
 Mirror mirror on the wall bring her here and never again reflect me 
 Disabled my lust to enable my trust 
 Ray of light pierced in inspiring my thrust 
 Half dressed but I still felt naked 
 Swam a million waters but your pools are sacred 
 Suddenly aware that I was unprepared 
 I cried in the corner, weeping to myself- my soul I bared 
 All of my pain and misplaced reverence 
 My demons tossed around feeling the severance 
 More light scattered in as I awaited my twin 
 I sweated a puddle on the floor deep enough to bathe in 
 Got a sense she was coming and saving me 
 My fear fell apart birthing my bravery 
 I walked out the front door saturated in light 
 Facing myself my strength my love my might 
 I chopped wood in a torn shirt 
 Planted bushes 
 Stared at the moon that night, planet pushing 
 Became a leaver not a taker 
 Letting things be 
 Felt on my manhood 
 My internal senate elected me 
 So if she arrives I’ll be solid, I’ll never fall apart 
 I’ll recognize her with my eyes closed 
 I know her face by heart

Had a dream you were comin, so I woke up and took a shower

Sprayed cologne on my stomach

Broke my phone which broke some hearts

Cracked the window opened the blinds

But the room stayed dark

 I fell apart

Brightness out my window

Yet the room’s full of shadows

If you were on your way, some things I had to let go

Sat down on my knees and begged my smallness to flee

Mirror mirror on the wall bring her here and never again reflect me

Disabled my lust to enable my trust

Ray of light pierced in inspiring my thrust

Half dressed but I still felt naked

Swam a million waters but your pools are sacred

Suddenly aware that I was unprepared

I cried in the corner, weeping to myself- my soul I bared

All of my pain and misplaced reverence

My demons tossed around feeling the severance

More light scattered in as I awaited my twin

I sweated a puddle on the floor deep enough to bathe in

Got a sense she was coming and saving me

My fear fell apart birthing my bravery

I walked out the front door saturated in light

Facing myself my strength my love my might

I chopped wood in a torn shirt

Planted bushes

Stared at the moon that night, planet pushing

Became a leaver not a taker

Letting things be

Felt on my manhood

My internal senate elected me

So if she arrives I’ll be solid, I’ll never fall apart

I’ll recognize her with my eyes closed

I know her face by heart