Your Heart Must Be Broken For The 'One' To Put It Back Together - Poem by Jacob Gifford
Let not one's conniving thoughts,
and wondering eyes steer oneself wrong.
Let not the words of others cause your sorrow,
and eternal loneliness.
Believe in only your heart and soul,
follow them like the North Star,
and listen closely to what they have to say,
they shall never steer you on a lonely path.
One may believe they have been guided wrong,
but their heart is only guiding them on the path set forth before their life,
these misrepresentations of love,
are there as blockades on the road to finding one's true love.
Without these blockades,
one would not learn how to overcome hardships,
and endure through the fights,
forgetting the harsh parapraxis words,
and eventually becoming a lover of intense passion and intimacy.
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