Amber Francesca

Rookie (06/06/1991 / Mindlands, England.)

Underwater - Poem by Amber Francesca

Blowing bubbles, viva asphyxiation.
A circuit of undersea bandits live off my imagination.
Starfish cling to me like armor,
Deflecting currents of the heart.
On land i was all teeth and no tongue.
Thats not a problem here, words love to clutter the scenery.
Science told me i couldn't survive, but its never held my hand.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 9, 2008

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