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Who needs a heart?

Poetry By: maximilliano
Memoir


Tags: Renewal


Coming out of a bad relationship and into a good one.


Submitted:Jan 16, 2009    Reads: 82    Comments: 6    Likes: 2   


Who needs a heart?

I don't need a heart any more,
Someone holds it, gently, in her eyes.
It's well looked after, that I know.
Although she doesn't say so.

I don't need my heart anymore,
though it's buried in my chest somewhere,
And thumps a lot when she is near.
It pumps the blood that shows I'm here.

I don't need my heart anymore,
It used to be battered, a tear here and there,
It's brand spanking new, now I gave it away.
Isn't it strange how a heart can repair?





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