The Unicorn Girl Finds GodThere was a girl, you may have heardwho was part unicorn.Her body was like any child'sexcept her head, which had a horn.It pierced the flesh of wild boar;turned living beasts to meat."Oh, how barbaric" you might say,but unicorns must also eat.She fought with rhinos, sparred with bearsyet still, her life felt dry.Until, one cold December night,a shining star did catch her eye.She followed it into the darknot worried of the danger'til finally, she found the lightfloating above a manger.Inside, among the cows and sheepthe newborn Christ child wept.Our heroine did hear his criesand thus into the manger stepped.Quite instantly, the wailing ceased;The Christ child cleared his throatAnd when the eyes were all on himhe sat upright and boldly spoke."Though I am small, your horn is largeand I am quite impressed.Possession of such beautyis only for the truly blessed."And so, she left, skipping along,her step a little lighter,And as she viewed the morning skythe worl
Paper Boat Part 2This paper boat I floatis an embarrassment at sea,and the fact that it's still goingshocks nobody more than me.It's been weeks since our departureand my feet are soaking wet,but still, she isn't sinkingor at least, she hasn't yet.And I see clouds that look like peopleIn the sky all holding hands,with those never-fading smilesas their unspoken demands.All the while, down belowconfusion mixes with despairwhen I wake up to shining facesand seaweed tangled in my hairSometimes I wish for icebergsjust to crash into and sink,but the largest chunks of ice I seeare floating in my drink.