Count Dracula

At The Bottom Of The Sea - Poem by Count Dracula

At the bottom of the sea
Lies a helpless man
Lost and sad he will be
As he sinks down
For he has no courage
Deep in a locked cage
Created by his mind
From answers he can’t find

Help sails by now and then
But he knows better than
Reaching for a solution
Out of good intention
But lacking the will
Essential to the real

At the bottom of the sea
Cold and lonely
Is how he will be
But happily free
From the contagious tide
Of the selfish crowd
Ironically, like, forever
Fish out of the water

Like the water calmly
Builds its tsunami
Before suddenly
Burying all into sea
The force keeps him under
Further and further
In a world not conquered
Where freedom is assured

At the bottom of the sea
Life doesn’t change much
And life is in no rush
Since the present is free
And the future hangs
In the hands and fangs
Of the predators
Who swim these waters

The problem lies beneath
Hidden underneath
A complex feeling
Of doing nothing
And as pressure rises
The man faces choices
Of emerging anew
Or staying with the few

At the bottom of the sea
Everything seems grim
For even his family
Have left things to him
They have done everything

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 6, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 7, 2011

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