There was a time when time meant not-much. You were sitting next to me, with the look in your eyes, as we’d glance at each other, with warmth afforded from our intertwined hands. We were invincible as we were then; invincible with a new found collaboration for life and its eccentricities.
Your laugh. Your smile. Your beauty, astound. The awe and passion for the bit of you, in which the listening eyes of pure and unadulterated lust, linger – in passion, impassioned.
But that time of times, have turned the chapter, as the days and years have gone by. And in those worst of moments, your warm hands, embracing every fiber, still gather pools of notes and vibrance within the darkness of the heart that’s inside.
Longing. Prodding. Remembering your laugh, your smile, and of your beauty.
Emma’s single ‘Love You Less’ is an emboldened anthem for a lost revelry. The honesty is where the song thrives, as Emma’s almost quivering salinity drives with full force. The gentle but overwhelming vision of the lyrics carry, no less, a gratitude to the protagonist’s accepted anguish.