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    dots Submission Name: Poisoned Heartdots
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    Author: Xena
    ASL Info:    17/F/Pluto
    Elite Ratio:    2.25 - 24/20/22
    Words: 144
    Class/Type: Poetry/
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    dotsPoisoned Heartdots
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    You say that you know who I am
    But then again I donít think you do.

    You said that you love me and would like to kiss me
    But then again you never really did.

    Youíve said sorry more then once
    But then again I donít think you meant it.

    You said ďdonít worry Iíll call, I promiseĒ
    But then once again you never did.

    You make these promises that you never intend to keep
    You touch the hearts of those that were never meant to be
    You pretend to care for those around you but fall short of your word
    The truth is you always fall short, you lie, cheat, and steal to get what you want
    And those in your way will never get back up, because they were touched by the poison of a broken heart.




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