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I see those hints in her eyes
Whippping love at high costs of being hurt
No armor, charging in

Should I catch her?
Or let her go crashing into my walls,
Leaving blood stains I would never see,
Fractures that she'd never complain about,
Stay where she was before she ever met me,
out of displacement?

I wouldn't know,

Shes a glossy little pen plated in gold with cheap ink,
Deciving with letters,
But her writing is pretty, and very defined

Should I write her back?
Or let her words be sun bitten, old and faded
Lonely letters stacked in groups,
with one sender,
And a sudden stop of botherment,
out of a brokenheart?

I wouldnt know, I've never felt that way.

(Bored in class. Be harsh, be nice, dont really care as long as you have fun :P)
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