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    dots Submission Name: Beyond the blue wavedots

    Author: wanderingpoet16
    Elite Ratio:    5.68 - 157/177/55
    Words: 114
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
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       Sometimes it'd be nice to get away.

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    dotsBeyond the blue wavedots

    I was once swept under
    the current of a wave
    Instead of fighting the piracy
    of silt, castles, and unoccupied apartments
    I allowed myself to be carried under

    It was, while sinking through the pristine aqua-green
    that I imagined constructing my own home
    in the effervescent depths
    with the sand shark as my good neighbor.
    I wanted make the horseshoe crab's acquaintance
    that I saw on my way down
    because I needed some new friends

    I considered the thought more
    and lit myself upon the Bivany road to Atlantis
    Neptune dropped by to welcome me
    and I decided to stay awhile, only because
    I realized that I no longer needed air

    Submitted on 2007-04-16 00:00:54     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      This is insanely deep (excuse the pun!) and deals with a subject that I adore. I love poems about water and especially ones that mention things like Atlantis and Neptune. But this went far beyond the superificialities of just ancient myths, it touched on the idea of escaping and (what I believe or got out of it) that at a certain point you no longer need your connections to society and can survive in 'your own world' with your 'own circle' of friends. That's more or less what I get out of this, 'Escape'.

    Beautiful work.
    | Posted on 2007-04-16 00:00:00 | by UnderINK | [ Reply to This ]

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