A Lover's Goodbye. - Poem by Maria Shaw
I have broken commandments I deserve to die
don't weep for me for no tears I cry.
You may not forgive my adulterous crimes
but only God can judge me and I pray he won't forsake me.
Let he without sin cast the first stone
let he with out sin place a noose round my throat.
My only hope is I find peace in death
for life has no meaning now love's bond is broken.
I was forced into marriage at such a young age
and my husband will be judged by his domineering ways.
You can punish me as you see fit
but you'll never break my soul or my spirit.
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