The Sea Witch

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Old.
I am old
My magic is old
Older than the sea
Older than my home.

I was once worshipped
Among men.
They feared me as they feared
Triton.
We were a hurricane
He and I
We ruled the sea
I thought he loved me.

He left me
For someone less powerful
A woman without
A typhoon in
Her veins.
He gave my crown to her
Set it in her auburn hair
And left me with my magic.

How fitting
That it was his girl
His flesh and blood to come
For my help
With love.

I took her voice
Took her power over him
Her prince.
He would fall in love with
Her beauty
Her youth
But not her thoughts
Her mind
And she would be like me.

She would see he
Only fell in love
With her beauty
Until a prettier pearl
Came along

She would see the pain
Of Loving
Someone only made
To hurt you
How every step
Towards them is
Like a knife when
They run to someone
Else.

She would see
And finally,
See she
Is just
Like me.

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