Cleo Blue

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[Every Feeling In My] Heart and Soul Poem by Cleo Blue


Heart break
They say you can't hear your heart break
But i heard mine shatter
Falling to the ground in lifeless pieces
Crying because it no longer matters

Love
As much as i hate to admit
To me or anyone watching from above
Even though you left
Your place in my heart is still filled with love

Regret
Did i do anything wrong?
Am i doing anything right?
Maybe i should've thrown in the towel
And given up the fight

Worry
I hope we will all be alright
I hope nothing happens to anyone tonight
I hope we will all be ok
Because tomorrow is supposed to be better than today

And a sliver of hope
I don't like hope.. escpecially the false kind
It'll kick you out of that taxi cab
Then drive away and leave you behind

These are the feelings inside my heart and soul
Every tear and smile are what make me whole

Submitted: Wednesday, January 02, 2013
Edited: Thursday, January 03, 2013
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