Deb raised - the silk-silt - which was also a stumbling point for me. On the first read through it acted like a tongue twister and I got the letters jumbled. On the second/third reading I knew it was there so took the time to emphasise the words, then it read o.k but it still took care not to trip up on it.
I want gravity to be relaxed, I need
for your weight to be weightless.
I didn't have a problem with this given the dreamlike feel of the poem, the apparent contradiction speaks for an emotion that is hard to explain. Closeness is the best I can manage (sorry, that's a bit weak, struggling to get my thoughts out this morning)
for you weight little typo, I think.
That's my thoughts, taking in the comments as well.
I like the poem, the content was unexpected against the title which, I think, makes the poem work harder but better.