There she sat, at the end of the docks,
Her feet dangling off the edge,
Staring down, into the water.
Tears rolling down her cheek,
From bloodshot eyes,
Falling down, into the water.
The ring she holds in her palm,
A reminder of her broken heart,
Rolls down, into the water.
Covers Her face with a bloody had,
Her cries turn to sobbing,
She dives, into the water.
Blinded by the murky water,
She’s struggling for the breath,
Thrown down, into the water.
Feeling pressure around her waist,
Her violent thrashing ends, as
She rises, out of the water.
Lifting her back up to the docks,
The stranger struggles,
Pulling her, out of the water.
Staring at her with great amazement,
as if he had just retrieved
An angel, out of the water.
A tear rolls down her cheek,
As she begins to smile.
It falls, into the water.