September 23, 2012
By schelleshock BRONZE, Butler, New Jersey
schelleshock BRONZE, Butler, New Jersey
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Beneath the starlit sky I found my little bed

Upon a plate of glass, a sea of which to tread

Tenderly I placed a foot upon its crystal water

A step or two were taken with only little totter

With that stride I found a way to stand far from the shore

And looked upon the dark abyss that I so much adore

The fish that swim beneath my feet in careless little bliss

Surely I must be dreaming for what is real of this?

And then a creature vast and dark rises from the deep

The tantric nature of the beast conveyed without a peep

He grasps my foot and pulls me down into his dark domains

And in the tides we dance among the night that still remains

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