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Ambrosia Ambrosia


Cardiac Arrest


Oh, you came back to see? See,

Remnants of heart, stopped beating long ago
OMG! ! see that open frozen heart

Vessels clogged with painful memories
Loneliness stalking layer by layer like plaques

Hardship has stenosed valve leaflets
Gossips successfully causing muscle spasm

Infarcted soft feelings are dying slowly
No rhythmic romantic beating, only arrhythmia

Anyway thanks for teaching me the life skills
Heart dominant ambrosia managing with brain finally!

Submitted: Friday, January 10, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 11, 2014

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