Endurance

divorce marriage loveWHAT LENGTH THE sentence to endure, how deep the suffering, silent, sure

Incumbents bound in moral plight, that’s love in a loveless marriage

Silent suffering, keeping face, public blackmail, the disgrace

In breaking up this pointless juncture, that’s love in a loveless marriage

Flock migrated, quiet descends, they go their ways, make other friends

But come to nest when night descends, that’s love in a loveless marriage

Tolerating, spirit lost, passionless to argue

Tired holding outward face, that’s love in a loveless marriage

Death’s relief will still the pain, allow who’s left to live and gain

Themselves returned from living hell, that’s love in a loveless marriage


This is my 100th blog post!

Despite it being Christmas Eve and not exactly a festive post, I wanted to share it anyway.

It was written by my Father who passed away eight years ago. He was a fond writer and his memory lives on in the poetry and short stories he left behind.

I hope you enjoyed it. Merry Christmas!

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