Njósnavélin - Sigur Rós
A letter written a long time ago:
I’m writing you a letter because I’ve always been better expressing myself in the written word rather than the spoken one. When I’m around you, I feel like the world has stopped. That time itself has ceased to be and every second with you is a lifetime of joy. We don’t talk much, our words are sparse. Maybe because we are still getting to know each other. However, I don’t feel like our encounters need to be filled with grandiose conversations. It might sound crazy. Hollywood movies tells us that when we find someone truly special you will never have to endure a silence with them. Many people find silences uncomfortable, as a failure to be interesting enough to make worthy conversation, but when I’m with you it’s different. That silence we share is calming. Just being in your company, taking a stroll through Central Park right by your side, seeing your smile, is enough for me. I’ve never felt this way about anyone else before. You make me feel calm. All of a sudden everything around me is not important, it’s just you and I, together in peace. When we are together, regardless where we are, we leave the world to carry on without us. All this time I thought I wanted grand romance, the stuff you read in bestselling novels or see in multi-million dollar films, but I realized I just want to be in tranquility with you and only you. Forever feeling calm by your side.
"In this lake of souls I lose all fear."