Drowning - Poem by Katy Tuten
A quick breath, don't look back.
Needles caress my limbs as I crack
through the waves. My vision,
a frenzy of colors that surfaces envision.
My heartbeat pounds in my ears.
Drenched my soul, swallowed by my fears.
I swim. I fight against the current.
My lungs explode, blinding furry always recurrent.
I gasp for air. My world fading dimn.
Glacial breaths seep in; Death's whim.
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