Read Poetry by Eddiee Gomez

Genre: Dark, death, emotional, nature, interpretation

There she stood, fleeing from her fears

A big clear ocean stands before her

She can’t see life the same way she used to 

There’s a void in her, there’s loneliness

Pulsing, wanting to go back in time

To fix her gestures, under the moon she lays

One foot upon the shore, a single exhale

She let the sadness eat her up, inside deep

Floating between the waves, eyes closed

Giving her life to the most precious thing left

The only thing that ever made her feel alive

Time after time, her footseps were gone

Walking aimlessly, her love to life was lost

As the ocean hugs her, her inhales were at sea

One with her, no more running, she is free.

 

 

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