Nassy Fesharaki

Silver Star - 4,365 Points (Dec 29 / Iran)

My heart fell

My heart fell

My heart fell when she fell
On my lap, in my arms

My heart fell when he fell
Out of eyes

My heart fell when it fell
Suddenly on my hood

My heart fell when words fell
On my ear of a book

My heart fell seeing her on windshield
Wings flap even dead...

Colorful, are silkiest, painted soft spots
Her body is tiny, so small

My heart fell; God's angel out of grace
Butterfly, smashed-hard

"Grab me, handcuff me; put me in jail."
I shouted; I cried:
"I am the murderer; I've killed her."

My heart fell; I was fast; she was calm
Unaware; and was lost

"Be careful, come to sense"
One must shout:
"This world is brutal all around...
Strong has the gun; has the arm...
There's no heart; not at all..."

Submitted: Saturday, May 31, 2014
Edited: Saturday, May 31, 2014

Topic of this poem: nature

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