She twisted that indestructable, gold band around her
Sacred finger, slipping it on and off, gazing at the majestic
Ocean, so clean, so pure, so free.
She wondered how much more of this
She could take. Every second since she was conceived
The people she once admired drill expectation
She was senseless too. Her brain was beautiful,
A slab of untouched gleaming marble until the
Others came with their mallets and violently pounded
Out what they wanted to see.
Baffled at how someone cageless could
Feel so trapped, she plunged into the liquid crystal
And splashed childishly, beginning to swim
Away from the life less land, her past youth.
She swam farther and farther, laughing hysterically
As for the first time, she felt unchained and light.
When her apendages began begging for mercy she
Succumbed to the grasp of the water
She graciously lnvited it into her mouth, nose, and lungs
She smiled as she sank lower and lower,
Filling herself, becoming once again
So clean, so pure,