A white dagger
Plunges through the blue sky
Pointing me to a cave
That Darkness itself
Seems to call home.
I enter with trepidation
But a blazing heart
To light the way
Dulls the fear of the unknown.
The cave is fraught with
Pitfalls, traps and slipper places
Where a single misstep
Could spell the end.
I fear not
Because you are there
To guide my heart
As I follow blindly. Though,
I wonder
What if you were to
Suddenly disappear.
I would call out
Lost and afraid
The fire within
Doused in a single moment
And every step
Trembling in excruciating fear.
After time, I might just
Hate you
For a pathetic reason
Such as this.