Wave the pain away

He surrounded her like the ocean

She wanted no air, and no land

At first she tested the waters out of curiosity

Now she dives into the deep end, giving no thought

The water was like a riptide

Having no power, she let it move her

The water in turn fully consumed her,

And i watched as she drowned

Perhaps if I was the ocean, I would have thrown gentler waves

She should have never fell for him, having never learned how to swim.


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