Paper Hearts

He loved her at one point in time and space,

He knew how to make her heart beat race,

He brought her a rose before every date,

Sweetest love and lasting mate.

 

His tender actions left her high,

Floating up as the days went by,

Her heart grew thinner with each passing act,

Unexpecting of the soon to be broken pact.

 

His absence cut her up like the sharpest blade,

Her now pensive happiness decayed,

She looked for some glue to put it back,

Her broken heart turning bitter black.

 

Like Humpty Dumpty, she fell apart,

And nothing, nothing could heal her heart.

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