What is thought is neither transparent nor opaque, but rather translucent. Since it is translucent, light can cascade through and reveal some ambiguous answers, but none that offer a true understanding of how to create the scenarios that are only seen introspectively. Pacing back and forth and seeing only a glimpse of what may be inside. And the building that seemed like remnants of a hospital where you could not be found. Perhaps just a figment of the subconscious or something truly profound. Awakening only to feel a tremendous sense of loss. You may have had intentions in reality, but likely could not act on them because of the inhibited signals that I displayed to my dismay. The inhibitions were not desired, but occurred regardless. You looked very alluring, but my loner nature makes me feel like a nothing, therefore, I acted passively only speaking a few words. And your words and eyes may have indicated something more to me, but I felt as though my mouth could not vocalize anything to you.
Yes. I saw it with the typo. The other way: I would say that you met a girl who was so attractive that you were at a loss for words even tough she tried to say something to you. You also cannot get her out of your mind but are afraid to return to ask her out.
I think I would interpret it as someone's frustration and sadness about not being able to express the way that they feel and not being able to act in accordance with these feelings and also that it's often quite difficult to match our actual reality with our ideal reality of how we would like ourselves and our lives to be.
It strikes me as more of a dream sequence than an actual reality. It is rather nebulous, and shifting in the setting, and without final resolution; only to awaken with a puzzle on how to interpret the dream. If a dream, it might speak of loss; of missed opportunity, of relationships not meant to be in this lifetime: ships passing in the night, kind of thing.