In contemplation I stood there then began to walk. I walked close and closer until I felt the waves on my toes.
Inch by inch the waves came closer and I approached it without fear.
With all the weight in the world I proceeded forward into the ocean.
As the coldness of the salted water created shivers down my spine I did not stop.
I took a deep breath and exhaled it all.
I continued to walk until the ocean’s waves seemed taller than the Empire State.
I walked until I no longer could. Soon I allowed the ocean to wash me out.
Wash me of my sins and the existence of this world.
My final exhale and my final moments were more clear than the ramblings of this world.
And there I layed still allowing whatever metaphoric meaning of the ocean I have to take me away.