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Murder By Broken Heart

Red sticky liquid
Covers the floor.
"You were the only one I loved,"
She tells him
As she rips out her broken heart.
The heart is red, broken, sewn up multiple times-
Has lost pieces from so much heart break.
She can repair it no more.
Oozing liquid covers her hands
That smell with a distinct scent-
Blood.
She wants to scream at him-
"LOOK WHAT YOU DID TO ME!!!!"
But her words are silenced
by
Death.
She chokes on her own breath
As her body falls to the floor.
She holds her knees against her chest
As she takes her last struggling breath.
He gets on the floor beside her
And runs his fingers through her knotted, blood splattered, brown hair.
'What have I done?!?' he thinks as he stares at her limp, pale body.
He had committed murder-
Murder by broken heart.
He holds her broken heart with care,
As he realizes it's too late to spare
Her soul.
He cries over her body,
The body of a once optimistic girl.
He had turned her into this-
A dead limp body curled up against the wooden floor.
She was dead- forevermore.
He begins to yell-
"Why have I let myself commit her murder-

Her murder by broken heart."
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