Kitty Marie Lucas
Never Would - Poem by Kitty Marie Lucas
watch the ship that you said never
would sink into the sea;
I would have done it on my own
if you hadn't promised me.
I bailed the water,
I patched the cracks;
such energy could never last...
and the maiden at the bow
can't be heard beneath the souse,
but you know she screamed
all the way down.
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