19 December 2006

Coastguard Are You Familiar, High Tides Are Not Peculiar...

Carry on with that flame inside my heart
Under the brine until you won't notice the dark
Can stone and steel and horses heels ever explain the way I feel
From our flow to bind, I felt the lapping of an ebbing tide
The heavy water how it enfolds
The salt the spray the gorgeous glow
Always, always, always the sea
Euphorious mortality
Irrigate our heart with each others blood until we know we're complete
Draped in my kelp, I'm dropped below above by eight thousand feet
My soul, she would cry if I even thought you could die amid fumes of formaldehyde
The horizon used to look so long
But now like surface refractions
The subsurface reflects our song


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