Jennifer Rondeau

(03/16/90 / Seoul)

2 Hearts


2 hearts may remain as one,
1 heart is yours,
The other is mine,
I once gave you all my love,
You took and tore it apart,
You made me look like a fool,
I am losing my grip,
I just wanna rip you throat out,
Yet I don't want to,
Don't wanna make a mess out of this,
You ain't worth my time for,
Bits and pieces of me fading away,
Losing my time and space,
Don't know where to turn to,
2 hearts remain as one,
That's was us just 1 single hearts that are in love,
Yet you don't see it,
I lay myself down,
Down to sleep,
Waking myself up from this place of lost dreams and hope.

Submitted: Monday, January 16, 2006

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  • The Poet In Pain (11/7/2006 8:15:00 AM)

    ah..heartbreak.. now thats something i can relate to. just keep your mind off it, though it will be almost impossible. and for the poem, i think it was excellent. really captured and showed how you feel and the confusion accompanied with it.

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  • Sam Finley (3/23/2006 11:41:00 PM)

    wow violent and......mice good poem jennifer you may have felt heartbreak but who hasn't one things for sure you have to let it pass like i did but its hard though possible your a good poet keep up the your work go go (Report) Reply

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