The Thermostat To Your Heart

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is just a poem I slung together, truthfully, I've never met love and writing about the subject is quite complex for me to do. But seeing as everyone seemed to love my "Love and Obsession" poem, I thought I'd aim once more at love.

Submitted: December 27, 2011

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Submitted: December 27, 2011



Sunsets passed

Your heart was an arctic

That yanked mine and plowed it

Within the icy blizzard

That was the love

You didn't have


Hooked twas I

Towards your chesnut hair

That ravelled uneven breaths

From my admirable awe

That was the love

I had for you


Upon this night

I'm faced with askance of truth

Of just whom you have become

For she cranked the thermostat

To your cold heart

That's now inflamed


Hooked are you

To her satin hands in yours

That promise you forever

To be unpenetrable

As one whole pair

I'm not part of

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