We dove into the wide deep Ocean,
And our bodies we smothered with blue,
For its what we were told
we had to do.
So we bathed in an endless bathtub of pigmented royal blue,
For its what we were told we had to do.
What we had to do.
We stood like mighty mountains of granite and stone,
We bowed in acceptance,
letting Blue Sink in further,
Further she gripped to our bone.
We listened as this indigo mystery whispered tales told in ancient tongues,
And we breathed her in like the crisp night sky as she slowly filled the hollowness of our lungs.
Diligently we dressed in her black velvet,
Worn smoothly upon our skin.
She brought us the love we longed for,
And So we let her in.
She wrapped all around us,
Gently rocking from side to side.
She showed us the big white moon,
And how to use the darkest forest as our guide.
And we fell ever more into her waters
And we fell ever more unto her song.
The Salty Ocean pulled us into her waves, and oh how we rode along.
Blue danced from our souls,
She danced from our fingertips,
She howled in growls,
And kissed the echoing prayers
Dripping from our lips.
Blue left us in madness clawing at whitened walls,
seeking her truth beyond the rises and far beyond the falls.
We crashed and we cried
How tightly she had tied,
Her laced clutches pried,
To escape; we tried,
But the Ocean goddess follows her own flow
And it is up to us to grow.
Please, says the cries,
Reveal hope in our eyes,
Rain blessings from the skies,
Lift us from the lies.
So staggering footstep by footstep
We learned how to walk on water,
And we churned with the deepest secret dance of the Earth and
Tides may change and years, they pass,
yet the silver shadows may still glimmer within the glass.
And I wear this cloaks chill
of blue still,
maybe I always will,
For it is one which I'll never know how to untie.
Though blue taught me not
She taught me how
even on Winters frozen winds
we may catch with capes the icy breeze and set out to fly!~