Treasure Island

Catherine Hendry

(7.7.1969)

Love Makes Me Sigh...


a new sun
brings more fun
smiles placed just so
secret hiding places to go
love fills the heart
chocolate candies melt apart
amused and confused
mind spins, thoughts being reused
happy and sad
WHY THE HELL AM I SO MAD? !
YOU SHOULD KNOW, YOU DID IT...
belittled my emotions
trampled my toes
tears falling gently
my heart weighs one thousand pounds
yet it floats silently, down to the cold ground
~~sigh~~

Submitted: Sunday, March 09, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 10, 2014

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This is the part of 'LOVE' that no one wants but EVERYONE deals with! A JERK inspired this... did you guess?

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