Treasure Island

Leila Kay

(UK)

Till death do us part..


Till death do us part..
Vowed I..
Then
I loved and honoured you
I respected and worshipped you
I cherished you

Till death do us part..
you vowed...
Then
You pushed and kicked
You punched cut and bruised
You insulted scarred and wounded me deep

You hurt me and You tore me apart

I carried for you a gift
Safe from harm
Cradled him in my womb
A symbol of my love for you

You stabbed me
You took my baby angel away
I bathed him in my tears
Caressed him with my love
Held him to me

Till death did us part...

Submitted: Friday, March 23, 2007
Edited: Saturday, February 05, 2011

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  • Andrew mark Wilkinson (5/4/2007 3:58:00 AM)

    Oh Leila, you brought tears to my eyes, some men don`t know when they have something wonderful and special in their lifes, sadly you are not the first or i dare say the last, to tell the same story... Andy x (Report) Reply

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