Noah Ohler

Aiding The Limits

She's reached
all she could
no more limits
it's all a matter
of she should

so he held on
her hand
her heart stopped
he believed that
she can

no simplicity
but that's okay
soft skin
fragile lips
she has her way

living in color
in a black
and white world
those red hearts
watch her back

the weights get
heavy when
your mouth is
dry, and
I'll jump in

so when the
world has you
pinned down
you know
who to turn to

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 17, 2010

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