Past The Wall - Poem by Life Poem
Past the wall that shields my heart,
so very large and strong.
Lies the remains of truly me,
which is crumbling to nothing.
Peeling gently at the corners,
the gaps of my heart's ozone are widening.
Swishing around in empty water,
glistening no more.
Letting go of everything,
cause it's everything wrong.
Slipping away and forgetting,
how to be happy again.
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