I cross the ocean of life,
Raging sea of black and purple.
But in the storm there is asylum, not far in the distance.
However it is a siren in disguise, tempting me off course.
Its sweet song seduces,
Filling my head with wonder and lies.
But I see through the fabrications,
And continue my travels.
The farther I swim away from him,
The more his call fills me to my brim.
Saturating my mind and bosom,
With its lust and antagonism.