There’s a Stone in My Heart
There's a stone in my heart where once was warmth. Instead it's rugged and charred, for you will not be mourned. For the storm has now been repelled, blowing the dirty clouds that followed your depressing rains that always fell like heavy tears carried in deep-well echoes. Only dreams bring back the curse that kept you here near me. With these words the spell's reversed Finally! Alas, I'm free.
This poem, written by Willy Martinez was written in experimenting with a,b,a,b rhyme format.