Any Which Way It Goes

Poem By Marijke McKinney

Wrapped tenderly
To the pale eyes
Of sunken ships

Shore of the world
Tide high tide low
Any which way it goes

Buzzed lovers
Of drunken pasts
Float in between
Stay or leave

Everything that is
Soon changes
The feelings of now
Old to new collide

The seconds of time
Drain into futures
Maybe in another life-time
What is happening now will be right

Or Mirrors will be buried
And reflections shall be blind
And we’ll laugh later
At an ugly mistake in time

Whatever of the two happens
Any which way it goes
No one knows
Just be happy little boy


(We gotta stay in this reality baby
Chasing each other for eternities
In another life-time
What’s wrong will be right)

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