Grey clouds slowly descending
Words written in lines, whispering softly: Dare you?
The field a green rolling wave
I lay down, and drown, the only puddle of blue
Thunder booming in the distance
Verses chant a dangerous anthem: Dare you?
My eyelids shudder, soap petals falling
Moisture condenses, repents, parts in two
Heavy now, the sky is breaking
Chapters flip rapidly through the air: Dare you?
My chest rises and falls with each clap
My fingers grasp, unclasps, sweating glue
Rain falls and drenches me in a second
Dusty, dreary books repeat, repeat: Dare you?
My body struggles, stifles, still
If only - if only he knew