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Inspired by David Malysa

I want to convey the importance of you...
To assure you of desire....To assure you of dreams
I want to convey all the possibilities of you in writing
To assure you of passion…To assure you of friendships
I want to give you your reflection when you smile from your soul
To assure you of peace…To assure you of happiness.
I want to exist for no other reason but for you to touch me
I want to feel our souls ignite when we are silent
I want the power of these words to scream through you
I want to think your thoughts because they are mine
I want endless days when it's day
night time never to end when it's night
I want all of the seasons in one day
I want the sun to set before us and to come up in front of us
I want water up to our waists and to be drenched by the rain
I want to get in the way of the barriers
I want us to have met for a reason
I want that reason to be important
I want the reason to be bigger than us
I want it to take us over
I want to be taken care of because I'm fragile
I want to be independent and you to know when I need your strength
I want to see peace in your eyes
I want to forgive myself
I want you to forgive yourself
I want your pain on my lips
I want your disappointments in my heart.
I want your strength in my soul
I want your soul in my eyes
I want to reach out when I am lost
when you're lost I want to find you
when you're weary I want to give you sleep
I want to drag you from the darkness and lay with you exhausted
and I want...
I want
I want so much, I'm breathless

I remember thinking…
I’ll go on forever only knowing that I will see you again
And yet the touch of you is so hard to remember
But in that touch I know no other
For this piece of poetry I hear Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Sharp Minor, Op. 27-2. (Moonlight) – Adagio Sostenuto

It is a quiet kind of a sad piano solo that elicits the feeling of great longing…

It is slow and it builds and continues almost as if the music is breathing.

The voice over will also start slow and soft and then continue to build and quicken as the “I wants” almost become out of control, to the point of being breathless. The voice will have a sexy soft vulnerability to it.

At the very end, the last 4 lines will be said without music. It will have more impact with no sound behind it.

Michele Steinpreis