She flies through bright lit air, searching for the bar,
A blur of leotard and sequins flash across the sky,
And crowds will wait with bated breath, to see
What she can do with flesh and muscle human mass.
But what’s the cost? She’s not a freak show queen
That we all pay to watch and point and make assumptions
That she is so strong she’s indestructible, immense
And yet there are those fragile tears that roll
Like oceans in the darkest night, it hardly seems
Fair to call that ocean weak when droplets fall
Alone, in slowest motion, picked apart by mortal men,
Like we could do a better job? Don’t kid yourself,
Don’t play with waves that flip and turn with force of God,
That legend may just ebb away but it will never die.