Treasure Island

Sonya Annita Song


In Waves


I splash in waves of dark and light,
Eternal day, eternal night.
With mirrored sheep, I float and catch
Warm rays of sun that shyly patch

Into the world in shades of white.
I splash in waves of dark and light,
But darkness calls and I will slip
Into the depths, a spinning ship.

Enrobed in black, I flail around,
I cannot see when I am bound.
I splash in waves of dark and light
To grasp the meaning of my plight,

That waking is not death to sleep,
I learn to step and then to leap,
Now dancing to my soul’s delight;
I splash in waves of dark and light.

Submitted: Sunday, May 25, 2014

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