LaTisha Parkinson

Rookie (23/12/94 d/m/y / a hospital)

Shattered - Poem by LaTisha Parkinson

Born with a heart that was very big
Cared for everyone and everything
Loved all and hated noting
Until one day a day so fierce
It broke like glass and was covered in tears
No one saw it coming no on even knew
Who did it or was it you?
It was glued back by a very good friend
All the pain came to and end
Everything was good everything was nice
But I took a deep breath and blinked twice
I opened my eyes, was I surprised
That very same friend shattered my heart again
It was left alone out in the cold
And ignored by every soul
So I fixed it myself, it was good as new
And just for insurance I built a wall too
I had massive hits but my wall stood strong
No one not anyone could concur the wall
I met another friend the best one yet
She got me to take down the wall and let her in
So that the most wonderful friendship could begin
I got the biggest hits yet but my heart didn’t break
I had my friend by my side so they were just mere earthquakes
Now my friend is gone and isn’t coming back
I fear the next hit might be my deadliest attack
I know my heart is made of glass and is not too strong
So I know that it will be shattered before too long

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 16, 2011


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