Replaced With New Bricks

The storm that came into her house

Left her cold and shivering.

She lives in a house of cards

That the wind blew down;

A crumbled building

Never given a second chance.

 

But she found a way to survive.

She slowly began to rebuild,

Pushing away the memories of you,

The one who helped her build this home

But then turned around,

Blowing in as a storm

And left her soaking.

 

But soon she won’t remember you.

You’ll be a postcard,

Crumbled and faded,

Buried in a trunk taking shelter

Among the other forgotten clutter

That once built up this home,

Now replaced with a brick,

Building her house stronger.

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