Treasure Island

Itai Oscar


Heart Break


The azure sky looked as if the
Creator had taken a broom and
swept all the clouds away.
The sun was unobstructedly
piercing the face of the earth.
There I was drowsily sitting on a
stone under a shrub in my garden.
Every cell in my mind was
working overtime as I tried to
dissect the issue that led to break up.
Everything didn't make sense.
A couple of momments prior to
this my fiancee had unloaded the
news of the breakup.
The nicely selected words drooled
out of her mouth, flew in the air
to reach my ears.
Like water going down the drain
the words flowed to my heart
which was instantly shattered to
pieces.
The sound of the heart break
startled my neighbour who ran to
peep through the wall.
Here I am now under the shrub
trying to nurse a heart break.
Super glue is failing to mend the
pieces back together.

Submitted: Friday, July 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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