Heal This Broken Heart – Original Poem

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This fragile heart resting in the hands of a wounded angel
Perishing to Earth to a fiery reality
Falling from grace, this child exiled from a land of innocence by the temptation of love, the lust for community, the longing to be touched

Forbidden by the maker to trespass on her milky white skin
She remained without the touch of another, soon to be betrayed

Now time has passed,
The wind has chafed
Touched in places never to be spoken
So taboo, she is blinded by the blank stare of rejection

Abused by words, by actions
Tossed to the ground by the wicked minds of gluttony

Like rain in the desert, she chases the dream of the imagination; yet only a dream

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Yearns for a warm embrace for all eternity
It is rumor started by the servants of the devil manifested by beauty only found on the outside of soulless fools

Now the darkness sets in
The fields scattered with broken hearts and fallen leaves

In all directions it is endless
No sign of life
No sign of love

Who is out there?
Who can heal this broken heart?

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