John Paul Ang
Drift - Poem by John Paul Ang
'I'm drifting out into the sea of darkness and unforgiving sadness
because the anchor that had once held me has been strained and broken.
Battered with the waves of uncertainty, eaten by the salt of apathy.
The sunny days that was once I enjoyed, is now an endless night that will never let go.
Not a star, not even a speck of light, just an endless sea of distrust and demise.
I have surrendered myself to the wind and to the water and to the ebb and flow of fate.
All I have for company is the bitter cold embrace of the night.
Wherever the current leads me, wherever the streams push me does not matter now.'
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