I love to sweat when I work, for therein lies my deep thoughts.
I love to get wet while I watch how you move your body in this club.
My leg will lie lazily on your hard brown wall, we will watch the rain fall while we sip tea.
A pastor shouts about Jesus’ coming, I want to be with you in this journey; of love, sad and anger: of deep, cruelty and hunger.
Sweat mixed with my shirt, I am wearing no shoes: It’s cold outside! I will sleep again without this roof.