The sea is gigantic.
His blue eyes are kind, but so willing to swallow every bit of land.
He’s an unstoppable force of nature, even if he doesn’t know it yet.
He could be cruel and merciless, but he mostly chooses to be the embodiment of kindness because he knows it’s missing in the world.
He’s full of life. In every inch, something exists.
Maybe as simple as phytoplankton, maybe as evolved as a shark.
Some parts are beautiful, but others would leave you awake at night, so he keeps them buried deep.
He’s dangerous because he’s unpredictable.
It’s hard to know him any deeper than the surface, and the deeper you do, the darker it gets.
But just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it won’t swallow you.
The sea is an unbendable force.
He follows no one but his moon.
She controls his tides and keeps him grounded.
She’s the focus of his devotion, and the only one capable of holding him back if he finally snaps.
He’s been quiet for too long.
He’s accepted to be used, and to have all that trash thrown at him, but no more.
- go ahead, drown those that didn’t care.