Mariah Rhoda


The Missing Link!


This heart
That used to be empty
That used to be hard
That used to be hopeless.

This heart
That used to be bold
In ridiculing love
And everything it stood for.

This heart
That secretly wished
For a cure or antidote
To heal the aching wounds
And make it hopeful again.

This heart
That secretly wished
To be found by another heart
That is pure and clean
That is warm and hopeful.

This heart
That secretly wished
To be accidentally or
On purpose, be shot by cupids arrow
And be entwined with another
And forever be lost in there
Into a warm, hopeful, endless horizon.

This heart
Has finally found the missing link
Bound forever by chains of hope
Ready to take on the world of Love
This heart is finally home.

Submitted: Friday, September 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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That love is possible and out there, somewhere for everyone.

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