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Elegy Baseball Poems | Elegy Poems About Baseball
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Heart you are the destroyer
Heart you’re a killer
Why are you doing this to me?
Why don’t you do your functions?
Stop to interfere with my other organs?
You are making a festival of diseases to my body
While you are incurable
You’re exposing me to high blood pressure
It requires a hypothetically proven cardiologist to operate you
Every time when I see something of beauty you intrude my mind
You’re making wrong decisions for me
You’re purpose is to pump blood and
Is to remove the waste products that I don’t need
Not to see outcomes of a decision before you commit them
Now I am friendless because of your companion jealousy
People asks themselves what can pass through me without an attempt
My friends think that I am a copy cat because of you
A stone is sufficient to be your replacement if you were not my life support
Heart Stop intrusions and let my mind make decisions for me
Copyright © Sello Matsepe | Year Posted 2014