Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Aquatic poem

Cast adrift in an ocean of spit ten miles off the ruggard coastline No more mainland Engulfed by water In all four corners Open sea forever Far as the eye can see im surrounded by Restless waves that Sweep me around They encircle me Almost taunt me like a tiger shark Except more lonely I wonder if the sea will drown me or forgive a little Im treading water Whilst the moon rises I start to shiver A dark storm broods small cuts on my fingers have lead sharp teeth and dorcel fins far from home To my muddy patch of h2o the faintest trace of blood skims the surface I have no choice left i take my last breath dive down Closes my eyes tightly underwater There is no sound black nothingness Then its over

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