What Good Is A Broken Heart

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By:Tina Glover/Unknownperson79




“What Good Is A Broken Heart”


What’s the use of

a heart when your

heart gets broken

and what’s the use

of breathing if you

are always making

me breathless and

what’s the use of a

soul if your soul

gets stolen and

what’s the use of

speech if you

never speak to me

and what’s the

point of having

feeling’s if

someone

dislikes

you for them

and what’s the

point of you

and me if you

know it will

never work out

and last but I

actually thought

it would but now

I lay here crying

on the bed and

me repeating

saying

“I Love You”

and I still honestly

do but you go

ahead and forget

about my poor

feeling’s for you




©Tina Glover All Rights Reserved 2014–And not allowed to use any parts of my poems writing words thinking thoughts quotes stories without my consent…

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