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Matthias Pantaleon

Rookie - 280 Points (August 24,1984 / Oronija Island, Nigeria)

Eclipse Of The Heart II


Tears without rhyme
Pain without ease
Shadow without edge
A broken heart is a shallow edge

Where do broken hearts go
In the depth less reach of memories
in the nothingness of space
A broken heart is a paradox box

The future will meet her barren
The present will leave her empty
History will make ridicule of her
'Cause broken hearts only think of yesterday

Submitted: Saturday, November 23, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 23, 2013
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