Seattle is where it's okay to bury your head in the clouds, where it's acceptable to walk beside and among their sad water
Here, the greys of puddled sidewalks give way to deeper greys that extend beyond the reach of their docks
This is the place where you can get to any level of cold and wet, only to be steps away from any given coffeeshop and the steam from a mug held with two hands
This is where you'll wake up and face the rain sans umbrellas where you'll gain an aesthetic to the gloom, a poise to the overcast Shrouded in mist at the far corner of the map, you'll draw your energy in harmony with the ups and downs of their multi-storied fish markets and undulant streets
Here, you'll find your path through faded daylight and breathe in air embalmed by hundreds of rainy days
You'll exhale the weight you carry within your chest into a healing view of a horizon lined by ferry boats, there to take you across whatever darkness you're faced with at day's end.