A Woman’s Heart


The words I'm sorry have become such a joke
Such a waste of your breath on this soul that you broke
Now nothing is left; the emotion ran dry
Even trying to feel won't elicit a cry
Go ahead and gawk at this shell you see here
Nothing can make that old girl reappear
How many cruel words did you think it would take
How much forgiveness did you think she could fake
A woman's heart knows when it's cared for and loved
But it's also naive when it's abused, pushed, and shoved
A woman will love he who doesn't deserve
And it's not cause she's weak or can't build up the nerve
She stays because hope is a powerful thing
She's here because of vows that came with her ring

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