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The Debate Between Villon And His Heart

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Who's that I hear?—It's me—Who?—Your heart
Hanging on by the thinnest thread
I lose all my strength, substance, and fluid
When I see you withdrawn this way all alone
Like a whipped cur sulking in the corner
Is it due to your mad hedonism?—
What's it to you?—I have to suffer for it—
Leave me alone—Why?—I'll think about it—
When will you do that?—When I've grown up—
I've nothing more to tell you—I'll survive without it—

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Stefan Rambarath 08 January 2005

i think that this is an important piece of poety, it is amazing how the thoughts and feelings react with eachother, i think this gives a message 'don't judge him for what he did admire for what he's done'

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