This Man And This Woman - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
This man and this woman,
With marital ties,
Thought they could get away with anything.
They fought day and night,
They fought to the ground,
Till nothing was left of their ties.
Their marriage failed in great degree,
And they still fought all day.
Their marital vows in shambles.
One day their both realized,
That their love was still there,
They began a new way,
To hold their marriage together.
They both seeked God's way.
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