I’m cutting right through to the chase today. Allergies have cursed me with the mother of all allergy curses, the migraine. So, here is my Blogging A to Z (letter H) and NaPoWriMo response (write a calligram-a visual poem).
This is dedicated to my very lovely, sweet friend Lizzi whom I can’t stop thinking about today. All my love, dearest.
P.S. I’m sorry the heart is skewed. WordPress does not like to accomodate formatting. However, in a way, it’s appropriate.
The Fragility of Hearts
by Jessica Scott
HEARTS ARE SUCH VERY
FRAGILE THINGS TOO SMALL TO
HOLD SUCH LARGE EMOTIONS; NO WONDER THEN
THAT THEY BREAK SPLINTER SHATTER LIKE GLASS WITH
SHARDS MICROSCOPIC TO THE EYE THAT YOU NEVER FIND
AND SO THE HEART CAN NEVER BE MENDED CAN NEVER
QUITE BE MADE WHOLE AGAIN THOUGH WE TRY TO
FIND THE GLUE THAT CAN KEEP US TOGETHER
LIFE RARELY TURNS OUT OKAY BUT WE PER
SEVERE IN SPITE OF THE HEARTBREAKS
BECAUSE THE HEART IS THE ONLY
PART OF THE BODY THAT