Love And Its End - Poem by Kelley Collins
My best friends were so in love;
convinced they were destined by the man above!
They sure enough seemed happy together,
There isn't a storm they couldn't weather.
The honeymoon was short; but, that was life,
they were together as man and wife!
Years flew by as stress moved in,
they knew their troubles were about to begin.
Loved ones weren't aware of their argueing every day,
words were spoken in anger just led them astray!
Lonliness set in; as, they grew apart,
Guilt began to weigh heavy upon their heart!
tears began to roll down her face;
as, he drove away from their own home place.
They pondered on their sacred vows- how they had gotten broken,
too many bridges burned, too many harsh words spoken!
the man is at the bar getting drunk as can be;
as, the woman commits suicide -crying'this isn't the way it's suppose to be!
Whether to ease the conscious or drown out the pain,
there's no reconciliation; or, time to love again!
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