Poem: Heart



I wish you didn’t pluck my rare flower—

Ripping its delicate roots from its only home,

Stealing the life from its petals,

Leaving it scentless and stale.


I wish you didn’t trample through my field of fresh flowers—

Crushed by your lies,

They withered away.

-Nicole Hanna


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