RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Man? - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Falling in love the world is a dream, a fantasy come true,
feeling in seventh heaven for a man who loves only you,
getting married, having children, growing old together.
Then a poison arrow is sent into your life, another woman
has entered his heart and ripped your soul apart, tears,
pleas, truths are said and done.
Yet he continues to carry his heart for another, letting
go of true love, forgetting everything that they've gone
through together through the years.
What insanity is this, perpetrated by a man who promised
to love and protect the woman he married, doing just the
opposite by hurting her, no longer protecting her at all.
Abusing, hurting, lying, cheating, killing the woman he
had vowed was his true love only, now just following his
Leaving her and his family behind, abandoning them to a
life of misery and pain, his children not understanding
why he doesn't love them or their mother anymore.
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