I wade into the water, no boat in sight, 
Perhaps the sea holds the key to this mess, 
Like the wall in the west, a barrier to fight, 
Slowly I learn to swim determined to progress. 
Fighting the liquid I venture out with might, 
Expecting a wall, but finding only endless blue. 
Tired, I turn back, the shore still in my view, 
But I sink into darkness, my strength not quite right.