Walls of water hummed on both sides,
While fishes kept swimming the tides;
The pathway was long and narrow.
As I walked, everyone followed.
My steps were big, I didn’t think.
And when the water started to curl,
Back to what it once were,
-Screams were short lived.
The waves swallowed us whole,
Every last living soul;
We all died,
Because we couldn’t swim in tides.
I felt their hatred, though.
As I calmed afloat;
I felt their curse rise.
From the water’s tides.
I didn’t ask for them to walk,
Or listen to the words I spoke.
It was all their thoughts,
And not my own.