|Now Your My World (standard:poetry, 185 words)|
|Author: Burn||Added: Apr 03 2012||Views/Reads: 1061/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|A poem about a girl who had sworn off love, but ended up falling hopelessly in love with a guy.|
He had left my heart in the dirt, and tears dry on my cheeks. There was no cure for the hurt, or remedy for the pain. I had swore off love, said it was too much work. I had been soft-spoken like the dove, but he ripped my heart out and left it in the dirt. I wore a mask of solitude, in hopes of protecting all I had left. Then I met you. My heart, and mind were in a fued, and I didn't know where to turn next. My head was spinning, my thoughts were reeling. My carefully built wall was tore down by you alone. You saw past my facade, and into my soul. Where a hurt little girl, hide from the evil of the world. I had sworn off of love, but now your my world. I never thought I would let myself fall again, but you alone helped fit the pieces back together again. You hold my heart, treat it right. You hold my soul, its yours forever. You captivate my eyes, I'll never stray. Because now, you're my world. Tweet
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