A Heart of a Million Pieces

September 10, 2010
By PolarBlaze BRONZE, San Antonio, Texas
PolarBlaze BRONZE, San Antonio, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
"In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: It goes on."- Robert Frost

Drowning in pools of mezmerizing blue-green

I gasp for air in vain, and dream of escaping hell

I instead fell short of love so pure, so serene

As my heart shatters once more, I can hardly yell

Until the day you realize at last

The beauty with you

And how my heat beats fast

Quicker than herse, a vicious love untrue

Perhaps, as an outcast, I seldom fit in

Does it render my love worthless?

Or make my heart as hallow as tin?

As desired, I'll walk away and try to need you less

Just remember the countless days and love for you I'd invest

Many years from now, when I am no longer second-best

The author's comments:
The most painful type love is always one-sided.

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