She started with a salty goodbye. A sayonara of oceanic proportions, in which ships sank and seashells shattered.
And around she went in the arena of ago, an archipelago amass in aromatic ages.
Until at last she settled, safe within the enclosure of a promised land of epic proportions.
And there she landed a lover, who loved her lonely ass.
Years yonder, she yearns for her yesteryear land.
For her lover forgot, and found a flagrant floozy to fuck.
So she dreams, and connects her current conditions, completely crushed
By sorrowful sayonaras, and restless regrets.
2 thoughts on “A Life Lived”
Very cleverly constructed around some subtle (some less so) similes!
It’s really not that subtle, is it? 😉