A rush of tides about my head
I swim where no one dares to tread
Beneath the waves of pirates dread
Fashion of a steal bulk head
Mended teeth of iron with fins to bend.
A shield from monsters near, abroad
A mystery of science to applaud
False fierce image cloaked
Kept carefully from being soaked, in a world of endless tears.
Yet as my tale bends with rusting creak
My gaurds fall lessoned by lessons heavy, deep
I will to feel this world,
the difference between a woman,
and a girl.
Like an emperor I've lost my clothes
Embrace my follies, wiggle my toes.
And swim unbound toward curiousities more
Salvaged for an unknown shore.
Created: Mar 21, 2014Crystal Price Document Media