I am inevitable. I am coming for you.
Not even the sea will stop me.
Though you have built walls
and barricades;
though you have arranged tanks
in neat little rows,
I am inevitable.
I am coming.

If only I could set you on fire with a breath.

And after I have left you in ruins
after you have mounted your resistance
of helicopters and bombs
of tiny soldiers who stand bravely,
(trembling only a little at my roar)
I will crash into you again and again
like the waves of the ocean on your shore.
Like an embrace.

I am inevitable.

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