And you came, with the Northern wind and the sea in your eyes, and everything has changed. I was never so petrified of falling into the abyss, but I let myself go, because I want to, because I am unable of wanting anything else. I’ve got an incandescent heart in spite of enigmatic doubts, forged in the volcano’s fire and flames instead of blood. I was born out of open wounds carved in the magma, of steady lava which runs my live flesh and, until you came, I lived a century old dream… Yet you came, Victoria, with the Northern wind and the sea in your eyes, and everything has changed. You populated my heart of paradise and hope, drowned the old pain with a kiss and now I only want to be smile, summer and yours. My soul is still water, my sun has finally come out to play and I no longer belong to me, ‘cos you gifted me your heart asking for nothing in return.