I have a question regarding this quote from "Ravens" by "Mount Eerie":
And in every dream I have at night
And in every room I walk into like here
Where I sit the next October
Still seeing your eyes
Pleading and afraid, full of love
Calling out from another place
Because you're not here
I watched you die in this room
Then I gave your clothes away
I'm sorry, I had to
Now I'll move
The writer of this song is addressing his dead wife. Originally I thought that "Pleading and afraid, full of love" is referring to his wife's eyes (mentioned in the preceding sentence). Then I wasn't so sure. I started to think he might be referring to himself - i.e. he's the one who is "pleading and afraid, full of love", when he is thinking about his wife, since she is not actually there.
Based on the phrasing of this sentence and the context in which it appears, are both meanings equally valid, or can we determine which one is correct?