TaBresha Bozeman

Rookie (03-24-93 / Atlanta, georgia)

My Waterfall - Poem by TaBresha Bozeman

I stand at the edge of a cliff
Looking into the blue green water
The forest trees stain it
I stand barefooted
Wearing but a forest made leaf skirt
And breast holder made of tree bark
And parrot feathers that have fallen in flight
I smell the wilderness
I feel the breeze
I watch as the waterfall splashes
Adding more water to the lake
I take a deep breathe
Then I jump, I jump into the lake
with no other thoughts
No fear, no competition
As I break through the cold surface
I open my eyes and swim
The fish surrounds my body
And and swarm around me
I feel free
I feel paradise
I feel peace

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 6, 2012

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