So strong, so strong
At the bottom of a mine shaft
Buried by eons of death, decay, debris, detritus
So loud, so loud
A siren song
Exploding at the birth of a universe
Shrouded by silence screaming
Weariness woven through pain
Piercing, blinding, searing, seething
Packed by sullen, apathetic sardines
No one sees
No one hears
No one approaches
And she is not strong.
The ache in her heart
Crushed by loads
Made heavy by black hole ignorance.
Hides behind eyes too bloody to see.
Screeches a cacophony none will bear.
Refused refuses the reaching hand.