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TRUST JESUS TODAY
this isn't really about anything quiet. but that's okay, its sort of a distorted oxymoron.
The inundating waves
vacillate me. Your words
were the wave, your heart
my hurricane and lightning storm.
As if rods of fire shocked
through my system:
“I love you dear” and
“I miss you too.” The
Excuse we used to have for
Dysfunctional love, dysfunctional love.
“Help me love,”
These waves are more than I
can take, my boat seams
to have a leek and the
water is cold and grey, cold and grey.
Sloshing up against my knees the
Tides get bigger, my scream
But you never came, never came
For me. I loved the
Thought of your invisible presence,
A ghost in my mind,
Haunting me, my
Destructive love, destructive thoughts.
“It’s freezing cold,” but our
Sea storm violently expands.
I sink; sinking, sinking, sinking.
This pitiful heart is still in
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