Hearts Aflame

Hearts Aflame

A Poem by A. E. Cox
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2004, a high-school crush

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My heart is racing fast
and I can't think straight
My hands get hot and sweaty
I want to hyperventilate
I'm filled with so much joy
I smile the whole day through
I laugh aloud for no reason
I don't know what to to
Im pierced with cupids arrow
so deep it wont come out
Why would I want it to,
isn't that what loves about?

© 2011 A. E. Cox


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I keep stumbling on the last line. Perhaps it should read isn't that what love's all about?

Also, have you thought about using some punctuation? I think it would add very nicely to the poem.

Overall, I really enjoyed the poem. Young love is always fun to read about.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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Thank you Nikole!

Yes I see what you are saying about the end, and punctuation would suit it well!
As for the stumble on the end, I noticed that while typing, but I did not want to do any editing, as this was written when I was 15 and I want to keep it as more of a nostalgic piece, as with the rest of my poems as well.

I plan on going back through and placing punctuation where needed when I have more time.

Thank you for your review.


Posted 10 Years Ago


I keep stumbling on the last line. Perhaps it should read isn't that what love's all about?

Also, have you thought about using some punctuation? I think it would add very nicely to the poem.

Overall, I really enjoyed the poem. Young love is always fun to read about.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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A. E. Cox

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I am an aspiring YA fiction writer, and currently working on a project I hope to have published soon. Writing has been a dream of mine from the moment I turned the last page of "Harry Potter and the S.. more..

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