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Harsh diction leaves a pair of collagen lips
Or finger tips, whichever one
My heart shaped symbol breaks and flips
Into two, not three—unity undone
It was merely an outline, I know this much
A bold black line, curved two ways
It's two lines now, and resembles such
These cold strokes have seen better days
They really look like nothing I've seen
Two heart halves, by the looks
I'll turn them around and intervene
Oh my, they look like fishing hooks!
All I want—you may call me nuts
Is to find a fish, with adhesive guts
Category: Sonnets | Added by: Noctoural88 (2012-11-02) | Author: Joseph Kiley
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