Heartbreak (a poem written by Hannah Phoebe Billion and Sofia Dane Ofqueria)

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Booksie Classic
A heartbroken woman, wanting to mend her heart. What might be her answer to her problem?

Submitted: August 28, 2019

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Submitted: August 28, 2019





Text I Hannah Phoebe F. Billion & Sofia Dane M. Ofqueria




Sucker love is prone to break.

The heart that loved was meant to ache.


Pucker up for heaven’s sake;

There’s never been so much

At stake.


Tasted defeat, like cold little lies

Swallowing up, saying goodbye.


The candle lights so calm, so bright

Felt your gaze out of sight.


I was so naïve to believe I could trust you

Though I could tell from the false

From the true.


Caught in this haze of lies and deceit

At the end of this blade

Death I shall meet.


Remember me as the murder you committed

The crimes, the sins, the faults

You admitted.


When you finally recall the times you did lie

I’ve already stepped off the ledge into the sky.





(Note: I posted this poem of my students in my account as a gift for them for being so excellent in literary writing. They are indeed great writers in the making.)

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