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    dots Submission Name: Hearts are made of blue-tacdots
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    Author: NixLacus
    Elite Ratio:    2.45 - 5/11/24
    Words: 124
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
    Total Views: 607
    Average Vote:    4.6667
    Bytes: 802



    Description:
       Blue-tac is a blue putty things used to hold up posters, can be stretched ect.


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    dotsHearts are made of blue-tacdots
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    Love is so fragile
    A heart so flexible
    Yet easily broken
    But also easily mended
    The more mended however
    The smaller and shrivelled said heart becomes

    A heart is made of blue-tac
    It can be moulded to love anyone
    But when that heart breaks a gap forms
    Then love comes again
    The two ends over-lap and squeeze together
    But the heart is never the same again
    Shape of smaller size
    Less room for love

    The more we love
    The more our hearts break and shrivel
    If we let ourselves love to much
    Just to be broken down
    Our heart becomes so small and bitter
    They become of little shape
    They wither away in the owner’s body
    Drowning in the sorrow




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