My Heart - Poem by Adalie Hettie
It must be there,
Somewhere in the sand.
A simple wooden box
With a little silver key.
I can no longer find it -
A way to make a connection.
What my eyes once beheld,
My mind could not conceive,
But beneath my feet and
Along the rocky land,
I will find the cold dark sea.
Just watch the waves-
How high they are
And how they are overzealous
In attempt to swallow me.
So, I know that’s where I’ll find you-
Lying underneath the deep blue waters.
The only still life on the deserted floor.
I’ll leave everything behind
And in death I’ll love you forever more.
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