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written by: Eric Roberts



She came by the store again today
And my heart soared
As i stared out of my box
And my gaze fell upon her beauty
She wasn't dragging that old toy anymore
As I leapt with joy
That today may be the day where I will find an owner
And no longer admired from a shelf,
She walked over,
Opened me up and pulled me out.
She smiled.
God, was her smile just perfect
But suddenly the air became violent
My arms lost control
And here I was spiraling
Her face became more distant the further I fell,
And I slammed the floor with a ferocity to shake the building
I turned and looked to see why
Why after all this she just discarded me
But I didn't wonder for long
As I saw her pick up her old raggedy
Dilapidated toy
So i climbed back up to my shelf
Struggled to pull my cage shut
And went back on display

Eric Roberts

Eric Roberts

Im just an average poet, who writes how he feels when he feels, about who he feels
Eric Roberts

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