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The stars, the moon, and the water

Too many fish to count
It makes you wonder what else there is
beneath my feet
Doesn’t make it look less beautiful
Waves rushing in
Jeans blue water surface
Last rays of light
The Alchemist
Turning everything into gold
Then the sky turns purple
The east, the west
even more fish now
A seal pops its head
The ocean, astir
Seismic heartbeat
Warps the horizon
Erect, erect
cataclysm burst
Then blue, blue, blue
Intersection of time
These lungs were never mine
By land, by sea, by sky
Eruption through and through
My figure nullified  
My fears depleted too
I swim ashore with offset curls
Hot breath streams out as silky pearls
The stars, the moon, and the water
Was there ever anything else?

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Published on e-Stories.org on 09/03/2022.


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