brian musonda


Liberated heart


Liberated heart you are free now......despite those scars and stitches you can still do it again......those hearts made you feel like you can not beat without them.....the truth is you are better off without them.......liberated heart, they never knew your worth.............these other hearts have been to you like a red rag to a bull......liberated heart don't you ever lose your red colour it defines you.........though you always ended up falling for those egotistical hearts.......always held on to those promises that broke you and though you have had lots of heart breaks.........you have leaned a lot through every stone thrown against you, .........you have been through a lot go triumph now.........and if you find a worthy heart........ liberated heart love it the way you have never been loved before and let it heal your wounds.......... liberated heart go triumph you are stronger and free now.

Submitted: Sunday, November 17, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 18, 2013

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