"A Dissection&Quot; - Poem by Munia Khan
I dissect my heart into shreds
To keep it in repair
For it has five chambers instead of four
The atria and ventricles are filled with love
And the fifth one in the middle contains ‘you'
It is located between the retrospection of my love and life
Each day it pumps about two thousand gallons of blood for you
The blood of my passion and faith
My hope and desire.
Being expanded and contracted
It beats one hundred thousand times a day
Only for your life
But I never carry this heart of mine
I only bear my memories
And my memories bear my heart.
Written in the Morning of 3rd April,2010
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