Stacie O'Brien

Heatbreak - Poem by Stacie O'Brien

Sorrow fills my empty heart
The darkness deepens as my friends and I drift apart
Tears splatter on this very page
My sould is trapped in a lifeless cage,
I've never known true love you know
Caring is my most feared foe,
As the days drift on and on
My weak heart has grown somewhat of fond
Is this choice good or smart?
I don't know it confuses my heart.
Rejection is my body's weekness,
My heart and sould smashed to peices
But does the fool even care?
They mock and laugh and strip me bare.
My pride and diginty all forgotten,
My little heart has turned so rotten
Vegence sweeps my ugly side
To get even to confide
I plan and plan for days on end
But nothing seemed to make amends,
So I plucked up the courage and spoke to him
But he threw my heart in the bin,
So this is how my story ends,
I wrote this so my heart could mend.

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  • (7/25/2005 7:06:00 AM)

    From the title, I was expecting this to be about turning up the air conditioning. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 25, 2005

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