Walking On The Sea

Walking On The Sea

Possibilities struck my eyes
Ocean water clung to my ankles
Beckoning for my feet to walk
Rippling bubbles soaking my toes
Telling me it was possible

The sun was rising with a smile
Calling out to me
Its rays strong hands reached in my heart
Tugging the force within
I looked around it was too massive

This dream much to frail
Sand pushed me with its granules
Grinding the sound of go
Looking down little fish nibbling at my feet
They giggled and tickled wishing me well
Still I was too afraid

Seagulls came with their high-pitched squawks
I told them to hush
Looking back out at the far off streaks
I stared at the sun
From sunrise until sunset
I could not move

The warmth of the sun and the fade of his smile
Left me in the cold
Swept into the glistening water
The moon smiled back
He said it was not too late
He would light my path

The stars bounced and made pinging sounds
As they played connect the dots
Before my eyes they revealed designs hidden in the sky
Waves crashed while the tide pushed me far back to land
Night sounds and salty lips

Deciding it was time
One foot in front of the other
The water deeper and deeper
I did not sink
With each step a wave caught my foot

I was walking across the sea
In search of the destiny
The one that had been taken you see
And stole all of my hope

Great sticky gasps
Filled my breath
I laughed at the feathery ripples
Walking and walking
Then spinning and turning
Finally full twirls
Landing in leaps as I caressed the moon
Solidly flipping with the wind

I kept up my journey by the light of the moon
And the map of the stars
Until the Sunrise came
He called out my name
Grabbed my hand is his
We waltzed across the sky
I smiled down and said good-bye
Lifted into my dream

About mindretrofit8

Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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