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sandy nobody

(midwest, usa)

God's Curse (pt.1)


marriage is a prison
from which theres no escape
there is no door
windows are covered by drapes

marriage is a hell
living with a devil for all eternity
nothing but darkness
cannot find quiet serenity

marriage steals your life
takes away your soul
kills your spirit
buries you in a deep dark hole

marriage is Gods curse
its worse than living
compared to this thing called marriage
death is more forgiving

Submitted: Monday, July 24, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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  • Tiffany Lee (12/9/2007 12:55:00 PM)

    Hi sandy. I enjoyed this poem and understand what you are saying. I was married once. Even if you enter into marriage with the best of intentions and give it all you have sometimes it just falls apart. There is really no way to know what you are in for when you get married, good or bad. (Report) Reply

  • Mr. Poetic (8/22/2007 9:40:00 PM)

    Dear Sandy, I am a husband that put my wife through some bad times. After ten years of marriage, i was diagnosed with mental illness at the age of 30. Today at 36, I am well and back on track. And the reason that I am back on track is becuase my wife supported me for 6 years that i was depressed and given her hell. I am sorry your marriage didn't work out but i thank God my wife stuck it out with me. I may not have a marriage made in heaven but thank God i am married to an angel. I hope that one day you find your angel. (Report) Reply

  • Antonia Anthony (11/21/2006 10:47:00 AM)

    Marriage - a curse from God? , this 'curse' was forced unto you was it? , this poem is simple and leaves alot to be desired... i just dont understand how someone who first of all chooses to get married, then marries the wrong person can blame all of that on God! (Report) Reply

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