The Edge of the Planet

As she walked by the ocean barefoot in the warm sand. She couldn’t help but love the way it felt moving through her toes. Her troubles were being melted away with every grain. The sun was setting on the horizon, the colors painted across the sky as if God was sending her a message. She could see the shapes of boats on what looked the edge of the earth. It never ceased to amaze her that if you looked out far enough out to sea you could see the curve of the earth and it always seemed like the boats were right on that edge about to fall off.

She always dreamed of being one of the sail boats. She dreamed of surrendering herself to the sea being a sailboat meant you were free wherever the wind blew that’s where you would drift. She would have a lonely Man like her to be her captain. But he wouldn’t control the boat he would lead it he would take it to Beautiful places. Places she could only dream of. He wouldn’t leave the boat either just to get supplies but He would spend all his time with her. But it was time to snap back into reality.

It was an impossible dream to have she knew she would never have freedom. She worked and lived in the heart of the sickness of the planet called earth. The only thing she would surrender herself to was whoever would pay for her that night. Nobody in her family had come for her since she was ten and it became her life and all she knew. It was time for her to go back they probably noticed her missing and had sent a search party for her. They couldn’t afford to have her reveal there secrets and ruin the sex operation that controlled so much of this planet. She took one more look at the beautiful sea. The waves seemed to be calling to her.

They were telling her to go with them to just leave. She shed her clothing and the wind felt almost cold even though it was eighty degrees on the island. She took small steps into the warm water and before she knew it she was swimming miles away from the shore. She swam as hard as she could. She felt her muscles cramping but she swam through it. It scared her for a moment when sharks were swimming around her but they didn’t harm her. It was a scary yet wonderful feeling. They swam with her as if they were on her side. Nature was on her side now it had been against her for so long in that house of perversion now it was swimming with her in flow

Nothing could stop her now she just kept swimming to the edge of the planet. Maybe a boat would pick her up and the captain would be the man she dreamed of to be her captain. Maybe she would just die out in the big wide blue ocean. She didn’t care anymore she was apart of something beautiful. This is what she had wanted her whole life. She was free. She kept swimming to the edge of the planet.

The Edge of the Planet


Las Cruces, United States

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