Buckled against a timid reflection This heart quivers in sight of my past, It pounds like the rhythmic beat of a drum and Tense with surprising astonishment. Her stares still captivates the emotion that once netted me to her, The taste in my mouth now have turned bitter-sweet, My heart trying to escape out of my body, Trying with utter potency to escape from my embodied emotions. The snow storm inside my body has my heart quivering In spite of the protective coat around my heart. Quiver it says, tonight have never seen such gloom But as dawn arises My memory reminisces about the evil innocence in her eyes. I want a better heart, or grant me with a stronger thought So I can put a block on the thought of love, Or ignore heart filled emotions. How can a man sedate his heart from the coldness of harassment? Quiver it says, quiver. My body trembles without the freshness of cool air But acknowledge what humans fear. Quiver it says, quiver.