Hi dear teachers!

The following text is written by my friend and I just don't get the whole meaning of it!
He won't tell me what it means! Would you please tell me if there is anything wrong with it?
Does this sound like a witty or awkward text?

My mind gets sick and there is a mess. Like the mess in my world full of you. It's noisy, I just walk but I see no one. All figures are crossing under my nose and showing me to each other. you flutter

out of my loneliness.

Thanks very much indeed.
It is supposed to be a sort of literary text. It doesn't work very well. It's hard to tell whether your friend likes you or dislikes you.

Like the mess in my world full of you.

-- This seems like your friend dislikes you.

you flutter out of my loneliness.
--This seems like your friend likes you.
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Thanks very much for the answer. Actually he is not addressing me in this text!

What I'm actually looking for is, if he has made any grammatical mistakes or does that text make sense at all? take this phrase as an example: You flutter out of my loneliness. I don't even know what that means!
It doesn't make much sense to me, either. I think you are supposed to just get a 'feeling' from the expressions.