In My Pocket - Poem by Life Poem
In my pocket I had placed your heart
making sure it didn't fall.
Oh! A fish jumped out of the earth for me,
a pig fly cross' the sky to thee'
the mountains mentioned their hellos,
the storm became quiet and stopped to bellow.
All as I skipped by with your heart in my pocket,
and loved you still.
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