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Broken Heart Street

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Broken Heart Street

Hopelessly lying, in a dying bed of depression,
miserably crying, while trying your confession.
Blackening walls, and halls of a fading youth,
Gruesomely calls, of gnaws towards the truth.

Fading beauty, so snooty to those content,
wailing a duty, sooty, those content dissent.
Towards a failing, unveiling of bloody torment,
concealing the name of shame, not so innocent.

So cheap, sinking deep, into a sea of emotion,
I weep, at the reap of sowing our lost devotion.
I shudder with stutter, at a marital decapitation,
you utter, like no other, at a romantic prostration.

A defile and vile odor is cast amongst the decay,
I smile in denial, as those lost lover’s betray.
Sinking deeply within, our sins have been fed,
doses of greed, they feed till all beauty is dead.

Take cover in the pain, remain emotionally numb.
Hide within the sin, wherein you succumb.
Tread the waste, and taste the defeat,
of a shattered, tattered passion down
on Broken Heart Street.

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  1. Date: 8/28/2013 7:22:00 AM
    Wow, Stacy, you took me down a street I've walked before, very nicely done here -nice rhyme and meter as well -Great Job!!! MC

  1. Date: 9/13/2012 7:10:00 PM
    still the poetess. it's nice to find real poets with real tallent for the art.

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    Date: 9/14/2012 8:11:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    awwww, thanks so much John! You have definitely made my day/evening :). I have to get over to your work as well and read some of your talented work. Best wishes, Stacy