Anchored In Rust Poem by Kewayne Wadley

Anchored In Rust



When you breathe into me
I feel suffocated & must swim
Back to the top.
You've shared a piece of yourself
Dark & deep,
Whatever pain I've had is no more
Whatever fear I had is lost
In the tide
There is just you, I, &
My ambition to fall like an anchor.
Wherever it falls I will be
Carried deep from the world above.
If I run out of rope then the world
Will continue on,
And I without a trace.
I'll be with you always
Your breath the very same
As mine

Anchored In Rust
Sunday, May 8, 2022
Topic(s) of this poem: affinity and love,ocean,sinking,love notes,infatuation
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Kewayne Wadley

Groton, Connecticutt
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