Wish

Scatter the ruins of my life in the sea,
For as long as I know, I have stood by the shore.

My tears added to its salinity,
My thoughts have evoked those waves to release.

Those billows know me, they have touched my feet,
They know where to go, They know what I seek.

Scatter the ruins of my life in the sea,
It will sink and I shall be liberated.

Having spent my time being afloat all along,
Crusted, forgotten and glistening with sand.

I long to be anchored, now I long to be found,
By the salt of the ocean, by the depth against the ground.

Scatter the ruins of my life in the sea,
Weight and depth will finally embrace.

It may swell the horizon with misty blue,
As the fervor of my ruins kisses the cold hue.

Oh! How I wish to be weightless,
Like forgiveness rendered, like forgiveness redeemed.

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