A Simile (Pirouette)
A simile saved me.
It jetted across sky
It dived the deepest sea
It climbed a mountain face
Only to rescue me.
Only to rescue me
A simile sang songs
And danced all night long.
When I was so burdened,
It took the weight from me.
Copyright © 2010 Leslie Alexis
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