Adrift – Mairéad Webster

Down and down I fall
Into your world of a different shape
Open to all who jump.
It’s scary for sure
These worthwhile things we do.
The water gushing within
That traps you
Tight against the cranial wall
Yet increases your domain
To swim against the tide
With limitless powers
Bereft from them long ago,
The snakes of the sea,
who wish to constrict
Your gift to amuse, to teach,
and more so far unknown,
From us who jump,
Who dive,
Daring to know you.


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