What Shapes A Heart - Poem by Holly Somer
You know hearts aren't shaped with points
Their actually shaped like pairs
The color and the shapes all depend on the two.
The two who pinky swear to be best friends for life
The two who claim themselves blood brothers with a slit from a knife.
The two who join together with a wedding
Sure these are all different but they all mean the same thing love.
Each person's bond has a piece of their heart put together to form a whole.
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