My toes were so clear in the water, I move them slowly and watch the water shine silver gold.
The river was running calm and quietly.
I look at my back I watch my two doves waving their wings back and forth.
(They smile when I look at them)
Even-though the scene was quite the screams were running with naked muddy feet in my head
One of them flies along to the bank next to me, she drinks from the silver gold water and then smiles at me again
(It was calm) but my toes were hungry for quite more
I remember when they both lie next to me and I start talking fireworks, rainbows and sugars
(Their eyes were dimmed ,am talking fireworks, did they go deaf?)
Let me tell you a story; of claws
Once upon time 4 legs of claws happened in my meadow
(Although) ; it happened in my meadow, the tiger still thinks I have built a boat for them to cross my river.
Sometimes I think it was the cause of us both (Equally)
Since the claws have entered my meadow
There were animals, white and shinny animals, they were eaten
Far along I see the stomach of the tiger getting bigger, and my meadow was getting smaller
(It’s a curse you know, giving too much thinking it makes you a good person)
Once you feed them your best; the starvation is never over until they finish your meadow
I used the blood, I started writing on trees
Once upon time, there were screams here but they’re gone
Once upon time; the screams are gone
Can you hear me? I ask my self
I can feel the taste of each animal between the teeth of those claws being eaten
I can feel my meadow getting tighter and tighter
I put of my hands on it’s stomach, it makes me happy to see the tiger full
(It comes for more) it comes with a price
I have more” I say
I use the blood, I write on the grass, the trees
Once upon time; there were screams here
But they’re gone
I hear my animals screaming, I look back
Where are the doves?
Where is the calm?
My biggest epiphany was the river, turning from silver gold to red
Dead animals all over the bank
(My obsession with ink blood is my curse)
There were new screams
Lesson number one: screams don’t heal screams
Lesson number two: calm and blood are parallel
Lesson number three: creatures that enter your meadow should be safe
Lesson number four: doves are enough