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The Olde Toy Shoppe.



The Olde Toy Shoppe.
By Andydon on 12/10/2011
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Dusty particles fall around me,
Swirling in the rise of dawn,
A secretive light squeezing through gaps into our magical world,
I sit a broken puppet upon a tired shelf,
Slumped over, my strings frayed and snapped,
I stare downwards,
No life, No motion, No heart,
At night I hear the other toys come alive,
But all I can do is think deep thoughts,
Of how you once loved me, played with me, whispered me your secrets,
How you cared, made my clothes by hand, tended my strings, and kissed me goodnight,
You placed me in such a way, that all I could do, is look at you,
You are so beautiful, as I watched you sleep,
You were mine and I was yours,
Until that fateful day,
When you ran out of love,
And you found another,
I ended up closing my eyes to protect my love for you,
I soon got weary, waiting, deteriorating, collapsing, rotting, and dying,
For without you holding me, I have no life,
Without you pulling at my heart strings, I had no hope,
Eventually you sent me for repair,
And now all I do is sit on a shelf, slumped and I stare,
No strings attached anymore,
A broken puppet in an Olde Toy Shoppe.



By Andydon On 12/10/2011 5:20:08 PM
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