Moses Samandar


Marriage


Leaving the isle
Power to man
Power to woman
A deep sensual feeling
Why you tripping?
We are husband and wife?
You are the only one for me
I love you more than the sky
I love you more than words can imagine
I love you more than God loves his prophet
Slowly, Slowly you make me mad and crazy
I can’t take your games
Your children
Your life
Your pity
We are husband and wife
Treat me like a partner
I look at the skies
Is this what life is about Marriage?
Can I play the game for the rest of my life?
Is a marriage happy?
I don’t want an affair to break up my children apart
I can’t escape
My children know this loveless marriage
Who are we fooling?
Look deep in your heart
You will find the answer
Look into my eyes
You will know your answer
Will you marry me?

Submitted: Sunday, November 24, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 26, 2013
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