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hearts undone :: hysterium

In signing on the dotted line, he had cut the last thread that kept his heart from falling into as many pieces as his grandmother had used in her quilts.

    TAGS:  heartache

How do I even begin a letter such as this one, filled, if my fears prove correct, with more heartache and depression, more loneliness, longing, emptiness, and anguish over mistakes…

    TAGS:  depression, correspondence, emptiness, heartache, fairness

The sound of rain falling on the roof lifts my heart in a very particular and inexplicable way, as if it links to back to a long lost memory.

    TAGS:  rain, joy, memory, heartache, flowing

That’ll learn ya :: bakerina

Bronwyn used think that the phrase “my heart hurts” to convey heartbreak was a poetic turn of phrase; this stopped the day she received her first echocardiogram.

    TAGS:  Bronwyn, heartache, echocardiogram, poetic injustice, medical foolery, turn of phrase

To be honest, it all got a bit heated and the blisters were particularly painful.

    TAGS:  word play, blistered, heartburn, heartache


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