The wait

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Written in 2013

I have a heart, filled with twigs that cut and pour it

That only birds can bite off

And only stars can heal

That same heart has been forced to love you

Locked in a chest that is made to inhale your toxic

Powered by hands, they are your selfish servents

And feet that can circle miles for you

Do you remember?

that hearts name? or its face?

The face that lived for you for nights

And looked at you until dawn

May I drop a hint, my lord, my bard

Was it not a girl? Who smiles hurting?

And waits for your lies?

In a long, wide, circle She is waiting...

Submitted: December 28, 2017

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