Her heart buried under the snow for you, still

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Highly unorganized and sloppily executed attempt at an elegant poem. Ha-ha.. yeah right. The story sounds more interesting than I think it really is.

Submitted: September 28, 2006

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As if those words I spoke
were a testament to this life we share
you should know better,
I am always bare.
Even through your autumn
and winters past,
my summer's sorrow;
no spring does last.
But with a smile
I do embrace
your objectives sent
for me to face
so study hard
and rest no more
My lungs were filled
while running out the door
as fast as my legs can carry
me, I travel
far to marry
that idea
it was lost that day
when your winter came
you buried my heart
to make me lame.


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