Sit back and watch the sea above
Where images of waves and whales and fish and ships
Collide and slide and get mixed up
Until it is a sea no more
But white contortions of the mind
As trains and planes and horses' manes
Twist and spout and curl and sprout.
A vision no one sees but me.
Grey and black and darker grey,
As far as my eye and I can see
A dismal roof hangs over me, protecting me, dejecting me.
The sky is crying, weeping floods of
Raindrops, teardrops, cats and dogs.
Roaring, pouring down to drown my spirit,
Make me shiver, make me frown,
Make me watch as nature blooms.
Some of my favourite white contortions.