Lost and Surfacing
Author: BeanieGirl123

Chapter 50
Edinburg, Wyvern, and Ulysses

These ships are sailing away
From this girl
On the dock
Looking after them with her hair waving and shining in the wind and sun
Wanting to be on the deck of one of the ships
Even if the maiden had to sweep or cook for the crew
At least she wouldn't be unwanted
The shipwrecks weren't following those ships
They stayed with her
Tied to her wrists and ankles weak
So the crew and passengers had dumped her
Over the side of Edinburg
Into the icy water
Her rags of a dress now drying
But still dripping salty water
Saltier than her bittersweet tears
Was she too much trouble
This poor maiden
What had she done?
No crimes were committed
No promises broken
No tomorrows stolen
And now she was alone
Staring at the sunset on the horizon
And the ships sailing towards this painting
A beautiful picture
With an ugly memory
Edinburg, Wyvern, and Ulysses
Sailing away without her


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