High Tide

Quietly considering her own morality,
She feels salty water rise.
Should she stay sitting,
Half buried by crushed seashells,
Rocks and bones,
Chilly air will be replaced by
The unbreathable reality of her
Soggy coffin throne
As the ocean's ticking clock
Strikes high tide.

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