Two thousand feet

Upon the noon bell did I wake

The lark did nothing for my sake

I opened up my eyes as wide

As two huge bowls of glassy skies

I swung my legs over the side

And as I dropped, I roared I cried

Two thousand feet did I descend

My fears and frights I tried to tend

When finally my feet hit ground

I swore I’d never let her down


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