"Pieta" as written by and Anne Erin Clark....
Baptized in the shallow end
Of a Holiday Inn.
Limbs dangled over my Pa
Like an inverse Pieta.

Mother Nature cried,
"You are Leviathan, my child,
You are Leviathan inside."

And my lungs runneth over
With chlorinated water.
And I pleaded with my Pa,
well he said, "I can't carry you no more"

Mother Nature cried,
"You are Leviathan, my child,
You are Leviathan inside."

Can I make a pet of you?
Dress you up for all the girls?
Will I keep you begging now?
Or touch you with my gentle words?

Mother Nature cried,
"You are Leviathan, my child,
You are Leviathan inside."

Mother Nature cried,
"What hell is this I made this time,
You are Leviathan inside."


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