Cliche Poem: When a Heart Breaks

Love is patient. Love is kind. 

Some say that love is even blind. 

They say, all you need is love

And so we thought, we fit like a glove.

We truly believed, love conquers all.

We had no idea, how far we could fall.

We didn’t look before we lept and lacked the will to win.

And slowly but surely, the doubt crept in. 

If, you only hurt the one you love, is true 

We did it right, so why do I feel so blue? 

I took you to be my husband. To have and to hold 

Is nothing sacred? How could you be so cold?

For better or worse. Until death do us part 

Lord, Help me. How do you mend a broken heart?

“Being married is like having a best friend”

Forget that. I tried my best, until the bitter end. 

With friends like you, who needs friends? 

To be honest, I can’t wait, for what’s around the bend. 

Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

Who said that? I’d like to give them a call.

You were here today and gone tomorrow. 

I was left behind, to drown my sorrow.

Do what you need to do. 

Just know, I wish I never knew you. 

I won’t be looking back. 

I’m over it: Picking up your slack. 

It’s time to go. The clock’s struck ten. 

I’m moving on. It’s raining other men. 

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