Ramona Thompson

Ramona Is Married! - Poem by Ramona Thompson

Before any more of you come sniffing around her again
I just thought that you should all know
About me
The secret she's been keeping hidden
Her loving and not as in the dark as she thinks husband
Jason Lucas Thompson
The better and more truthful half of the lady poet so many love to hate

She's mine
Mixed up, a cheater and all too often my own personal heartbreaker
Still I love her
Still I will fight to the death to keep her
So please be true friends and help me
Help me to heal all the many broken places inside of my wife
Before its too late

In sickness and in health
Till death do us part
I made a promise 15 years ago to her
One that I fully intend to keep
No matter how many of you try to get in my way
I will stand my ground and I will make darn sure
She finds her way back to me and the life we have together

I am sorry and so very shocked
Shocked at all the lies she has told you all
From the false virgin claims to the nonexistent writing career
I had no idea she was so sick
I had no idea that her other personality, Monica, had taken over so completely
My God!
It says right here that she's single!

Its like I don't even exist
Lost in her own made up dream world
It would seem that she has completely forgotten me and the baby
The baby girl we lost way back then
I wonder
Is that what finally broke her?
Is that what created Monica, her alter?

Dear God
If any of you can help me to reach her
Please let me know
I really do love my wife and want to help her
In any way possible.....

Thank you and God bless you for your help,

J. Lucas Thompson

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Comments about Ramona Is Married! by Ramona Thompson

  • (2/25/2009 12:03:00 AM)

    Hey man, I still love Ramona despite what you have just said. How can one not love the elegance of her words, the sharp wit, the magical imagery she evokes, the depth of emotions she ferrets out so well, the whimsy, the fantasy...
    Love your wife more, understand that she is an artist and as such has got a temperament that may be intractable, love her gift of poesy as she makes people happy with her craft.
    I don't know if you're for real, if you are, look at Ramona from a different light.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 24, 2009

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