The Fall (Wendy Rule)

I fall, I fall Into the darkest hole I fall And I move Move as though my skin were scales As though the soil was water And I was the wave As though the soil was water And everywhere the sapphire sea Was life, was life was life And the ocean was singing to me I fall, I fall Into the darkest hole I fall And I move Move as though the sky and sea Were no longer separate And the waves that wash over me Were no longer separate And the waves that wash over me Were alive, alive, alive With a force that I cannot see I fall, I fall Into the darkest hole, I fall And I move Any way I want to move As though my fingers were feathers And I could fly to the moon As though my fingers were feathers And everywhere I looked was night And my eyes, my eyes, my eyes They could see where there was no light