My guilty heart

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My guilty heart

Status: Finished

My guilty heart

Poem by: Nixie

Genre: Poetry

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Poem by: Nixie

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Genre: Poetry

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Summary

Sometimes I wish I could overrule my heart.

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Sometimes I wish I could overrule my heart.

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Submitted: April 03, 2008

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Submitted: April 03, 2008

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Who asked you to speak?
Is it not enough I'm weeping?
And now these little voices?
Please, sit down.
You do not deserve another chance,
You're not in any physical state!
Please - stop fidgeting,
Stop trying so hard,
Stop begging!
That's it, I shall not listen to you any longer!
 
Wait, don't stop beating?
And don't threaten me,
No, absolutely no bargaining!
Look, I'm sorry heart,
But my head overrules you!


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