Beneath the waters so deep and so dark,
I lay awake waiting for the light to make mark,
Forms take shape, be this the dawn?
The sun rose above with stretch and a yawn.
Hope brings life, a face within mine,
Who is this stranger; this heroine so fine?
With long curls and air, she aids me to breathe,
With a smile and love, the tension does relieve.
Buoyant I rise, once more to be born,
The surfaces grows boundless, the horizon forlorn.
My face strikes air, the sky my first sight,
Goodbye to the ocean, goodbye to the night.