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Poems of Heartbreak

By KatKilledKaity All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

Blurb

This is just a collection of poetry I've written over the years. They're all inspired by break ups. I hope you enjoy! <3

Puzzle Pieces

They say don’t push pieces that don’t fit
But sometimes you need a little hit
They keep saying this isn’t real
But they don’t know how we feel

Don’t fit in where you don’t belong
But I hear you in every song
Please don’t ever fall in love
It never really ends in doves

No matter what I try to do
I’ll never find another you
Will you still love me tomorrow?
Please love away all my sorrow

I’m not okay not being yours
This whole thing is quite a chore
You’re smile is my favorite part
But all it does is break my heart

I’m pathetically in love with you
I’m sure you already knew
Its funny how fast things change
Now I feel all rearranged
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