Lovely No One

(August 7 / No where)

Wonderwall Of Sorrow

What is a wanderwall?
It is so commonly used.
Is it where all the wonders go to rest?

I have a Wonderwall of sorts.
A wonderwall of Sorrow.
It bleeds more often
Than not.

Its such a pitiful

I pinned my heart there
Its all that I understand.
When you feel like thats the safest place,
To store such a thing,

I began to wonder,
Is my Wonderwall,
Is it just for the pain
I always seem to lock awway?

Submitted: Thursday, April 24, 2014

Topic(s): Sorrow

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