If I asked you to fly away with me, would you?
Would you take my hand and let yourself run? Would you let the stars and wind consume you, would you let yourself be torn down to the barest, naked pieces with me? Would you let your senses take over, would you feel for me as recklessly as the songs talk about, if only for a night?
This journey we’d take-just twilight to the morning aurora, living like we never have before. Dancing with the power of every star, set ablaze with fire and desire, wasted on rain and wine, high off our excitement. I ask not for forever, just to have you to myself, if only for a night.
If you agree, forget your insecurities and regrets, leave all shame at the door, come and dance with me among the sinners and reprobates, ferociously and fearlessly. Let your inhibitions fade into the night, take off your worries and fear, let the rain strip you of it all. Let me be your armor and shield, let me be your air and your fix, if only for a night.
By morning this could fade, terror and pain could creep back with the sun, but I don’t ask for tomorrow, just today. I don’t ask for promises or monogamy, devotion or fidelity, I ask for passion and freedom and electricity, if only for a night.