Ronald Chapman

Replace Your Broken Heart (Secret Message Poem)

If someone that
You loved and wanted to
Have a beautiful life with, was
A mistake and gave you a
Broken soul, love and
Heart pain.

Help some
Children in need and in pain
At one of the worst places
A child could be, with the worst
Cancer disease in a hospital
Ward not playing scared and in pain!

Make the children happy with your time and give
Them a smile, love and part of your heart and soul.
Laugh with the children,

To help them to smile even just a little. This will help
Replace your broken heart, as
Your soul helps the children from a
Broken life. Put some happiness and fun back into their
Heart before they are gone from life.

The secret revealed:
'If you have a broken heart. Help children at a cancer ward. Make them laugh, to replace your broken heart.'

Submitted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: cancer

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The secret is revealed by reading the word at the beginning of each line of the poem vertically. This then forms a sentence, when read down with an additional message.

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