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Destructive Anchor

Wrong call was it

He asked:

Why did you took the risk of sailing?

She Answered:

I sailed off without thinking that my ship would be wrecked. I sailed off believing, with you beside me, I'd be safe. It never crossed my mind that you are the big and destructive wave I needed to cross- go against. It's because you dressed like an anchor, without the intention to destroy. But, I was wrong.

© 2020 Heidy Sagnip

Comments

Heidy Sagnip (author) from Talavera on February 11, 2020:

Yes! But we must overcome anyway.

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on February 04, 2020:

Yes, one never lets it cross his mind that he is headed into harms way.

Some of us trust love blindly.

Good write.

Lorna Lamon on February 02, 2020:

A powerful poem Heidy and I like how you use 'anchor' as being safe and yet destructive. An enjoyable read.