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***The heart's tale***

Her legs tremble and her hands shiver
Within a bathroom closed door on the phone
Her eyes keep tight close just to find strength
She receives the fight or flight
Her heart beats faster as though lightning strikes
Malgré tout
As crystal clear she lays her words out

For months she roams around
With the heart poking her to the tell tale
She tries to goof around
Ignore hearing the message
That her heart beats to speak to her
désolée mais.
When the  heart is filled with feelings it needs to come clear

A transparent glass she chooses to be
As she wants you to look through her
With no more dangling question mark
Except for the interrogation tale
Which she's willing to detail
Et définitivement
Bring to a  period mark.

© 2011 by _Patricia Etienne
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