I am a fragile piece of pottery, capable of holding anything you need from me. You can fill me with water, wine, dirt, or dust, and I will always treat it like gold.
You were a gun, I was your target practice. You learned to tread carefully, knowing a single word could shatter me.
You forgot to hold your tongue, slowly stopped caring. You knew I was fragile, yet you fired with intent to break me. You needed me shattered.
I was a fragile piece of pottery, now only a pile of cracked clay. You never cared to clean up the mess you made, always blaming me for my brokenness. Your bullets left holes in the museum walls, and I was the one who paid for every fine.