Armand Miller

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A Good Man Pt.2 - Poem by Armand Miller

I stand there
With the stupidest face
As her tears keep streaming
And once again she slaps me
But this time because
I destroyed her wedding day
By making her feel things
That she gave up on feeling
She was content with
But I was being greedy
And was only thinking about me
I thought maybe if I had longer
I can try and make her mine
But clearly she hates what she saw
Because on the inside it is who I am
And no matter how much I fight it
She'll never accept me as her man

She fixed her make-up
And prepares to get ready
I'm still standing there as
The room door slams shut
Everything she said was right
I did become a garden tool
So that I could utilize my tool
And train all the wayward dogs
Because he said that's what they were
but it's not his fault
Because he didn't tell me to go out
And find them
I should have stated innocent
Should've been smarter
But I didn't know that was
How to get to her heart
In my head I hear the voices
Screaming at me to take a stand
Telling me to go out there
And show her I'm a better man
Complete opposite of the past
And surely better than
What she was about to marry

I rush to the church doors
And burst them open
Screaming to heavens How I OBJECT
Everybody turns to me
As I walk down the aisle
Reciting the short piece i made in my head
Coming to the main chamber
'I know I did you wrong
But I'm here to say that I'm a changed man
Marry me and I'll love you forever
Don't settle for this douche'
I stop right in front of her
And she goes for a third slap
But I catch this one
And take the kiss I've been craving
Since we were in high School
And her 'husbands' face was stuck in awe
As she breaks the kiss
and says 'I love you 2.
But don't get it confused your still not a good man.
You're the BEST MAN FOR ME.'
And with that we finally married.

Comments about A Good Man Pt.2 by Armand Miller

  • Neela Nath Das (4/16/2012 11:31:00 PM)

    Romantic poem. The style of your writing is wonderful. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 16, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 17, 2012

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