Treasure Island

Alexander M. Sirnes

(March 13th 1990)

Gave You My Heart (Love & Pain Poem)


I gave you my heart, the essence of my being.
Wanted love, but your disguise, I struggled at seeing.
The lock to my soul, controlled by the key,
My heart, like my trust, you broke right in front of me.

Submitted: Friday, August 15, 2014

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  • Mandolyn ... (8/15/2014 7:54:00 PM)

    it has rhythm and reads smooth.
    (man, what a boring feedback that was)
    i'd make the title more creative - but that is just me.
    sometimes it's good to just say what you want to say
    even if it's been said.

    how about something like i want my heart back. give it
    ?
    sorry, i was being totally serious too. i'm jacked up- don't listen to me. (Report) Reply

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