My loneliness Was an unquenchable thirst, And cup after cup You brought your friendship to me. These parched lips, Could not crack a smile, And barely opened, As you poured in your joy. I was lost to the world. Trapped in a barren wasteland, Scarred by the blades of pain. But you brought me back, At first I could not open my eyes. The rays of sunshine Were too blinding. But I heard your voice, And I could not deny, The tenderness, In your words. So I opened them, My God you were beautiful, I thought I had died, And gone to heaven. But then you touched me, And the electricity of your hands, Made me realize, I was very much alive. You saved me, And a million “Thank yous” Could never express, The love I have for you in my heart. But I will say those “thank yous”, And a million more Till you feel it in your soul, Just how much I appreciate you.