Shatter Like Glass - Poem by Gerard Taylor
Your arguments are a one way street
It`s as if, It`s all you have got to make ends meet
you bend and break my bones
Never leaving me alone.
You ignite my heart, as you like to watch it burn
And expect my love in return
The music plays but still yet to be finely tuned
And the violins play like a funeral in its pass
I see your face, shatter like glass.
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