Poem #457 - Poem by Carl A.I.
with a broken heart
has been taught a lesson in irony.
(although my favourite
combination of words
in the English language)
is a lesson harsher than death.
That's why so many lovers
end their lives
in the peak of their prime.
Love is death
and death leads to deepend
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