September 22, 2012
By Derpitaa BRONZE, Detroit, Michigan
Derpitaa BRONZE, Detroit, Michigan
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I loved you like a butterfly.
You were just fluttering by with all the other butterflies.
I caught with my hands. I Held you too tight, and you left my heart shattered.
Another butterfly helped me pick up my shattered heart, I held it to loose and it
Flew away just within my hands. No every time I see a butterfly I catch it, and rip its wing apart so it doesn’t flutter away and break one’s heart.

The author's comments:
This poem was inspired by a song. Like many of my other poems are.

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