Your heart
Sometimes it not easy to realise that a broken or bruised heart isn’t something that heals quickly. What if it’s unclear when it comes to the moment that this healing can start? The poet Rks wrote the poem “Your heart.”

Sometimes it not easy to realise that a broken or bruised heart isn’t something that heals quickly. What if it’s unclear when it comes to the moment that this healing can start? The poet Rks wrote the poem “Your heart.”

About Your heart

We want to be strong. Even when we are going through tough times in our lives. We want to be able to control those moments of intense emotions. We also want to be able to control that healing process. This poet lets us know, that a broken or bruised heart can be healed, but it might be unclear when this is possible.

Emotions aren’t something that can be controlled. We want all sorts of things, but have to realise that these emotions can’t be turned off.

According to the information that the poet gave us, this poem is about someone who has gone through so much and doesn’t know how the healing can be started. Or rather: where or when to start. It feels like it’s a lost game.

The poem reads differently. That is mainly because of the inconsistent usage of capitalization and the usage of commas. Is that a bad thing? Yes, it is, when you are very strict when it comes to these grammar rules. If you aren’t, if you are willing to look beyond; this is a beautiful poem and the sentences seem to flow just like the thoughts of someone who has been hurt can.

Rks shares more poems like these on Instagram and WordPress.

Your heart

Your heart

How fragile is this heart?
or is it something, they assume?
for it has gone through such phases,
that is now walks on thorns, dances along such cruel flames
that it fights itself for being the same.
it seems like a stone whilst it falls apart like a star,
random questions yet it has no answer,
is it helpless? They ask,
or no one understands its silence, it admits.
Secrets and an unknown town,
It’s like a slice of bread,
cutting the edges just to reach the centre,
as if it could get you anywhere
It wonders, where it could have been to
if only it had the guts to let go of what it keeps holding onto.
It has been ages, o lonely sky,
do you know, how does this heart survive?
like everyday, it bears the same circle of pain.
Is it strong enough to repeat
or it has been given up on being a beating heart?

Rks.
Title
Your heart
Article Name
Your heart
Summary
How does a broken or bruised heart heal?
Author
Publisher Name
The Ministry of Poetic Affairs

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