Frank Adie Poems
|41.||The Peculiarity Of Success||8/30/2016|
|44.||The Ecstasy Of Surrender||6/29/2017|
|45.||The Significance Of Na-Wao!||7/3/2017|
|46.||The Prostitute's Admonition||8/30/2016|
|47.||The Diary Of A Hero.||1/28/2016|
|49.||Broken Vow -new-||9/14/2017|
Right from the day I said "I do"
I have known no man but you;
When you stripped before that whore,
Did you forget the oat you swore?
Where is the love and fidelity you vowed?
Before God's sacred alter where you bowed?
Was that vow a mere recitation?
That actually deserves no veneration?
You have desecrated the sanctity of our love,
With you uncontrollable sexual drive,
Can I ever trust you with my heart again?
After I have once done so in vain?
The day you decided to cheat on your wife,
You prepared the ground for marital...
Cursed be the day I said 'I do',
To this monster I thought I loved.
What sin did I ever commit?
That life should punish me with such a man?
I can't imagine I left my Chris,
For this good for nothing man.
If I could turn the hand of the clock,
I would spit back his proposal at him.