Tonight, you can find me at the edge of the sea… I can taste the salt on my lips and the tide is kissing my toes. And I am home. I am home. This is home. The sea is my brother and he knows me so well. I remember days of us laughing. How we used to play among the waves. And those moments feel so distant. My mother is the moon. And she is bright tonight. She is smiling. She is smiling at me. And I hope she would be proud tonight. Because the sea has washed me away and brought me back again. This is the only place that welcomes me. The sea will never leave me. No, my brother will always be close. This soul may wander but the water will always call me back, and bring me back down to earth again. My feet are calloused, my skin is kissed from the sun and freckles are beginning to show. Remember, mother? You called them angel kisses. I hated them so much. And you would just smile. You’d smile just like you are tonight. The road has not been kind to me. No she has been rough. And I am tired. I carry years on these shoulders, weighed down by mistakes and bad habits. These eyes have seen things, no daughter should know. But the sand is warm against me like a blanket. Mother… Mother I miss you being so close, but if the night is the only time we have, I’ll take it. Your silence, your crescent smile is what I have to talk to. So I’ll keep talking. I know you can hear me. You look so close tonight. I never knew my father, but mother, you said he wasn’t one for talking. His stone cold shoulders held an empty nest for a soul. And then one night he left and just never came home. But mother, you moved mountains with just a look, and you were twice the father he could ever be. And tonight, I’m gonna wash my feet in the tide. And I’ll sleep beneath the stars. I can see your half crooked smile creeping across the sea. And I’m going to sleep well with my brother by my side. Because tonight… I am home.