I’M SADLY MARRIED (The Plight of a heart saddened by marriage)

I grew up in the teens – marriage was all rosy
I always saw myself a child
I always gave myself excuses
I always saw others grow
I never realized I was growing too

All of a sudden, nature presented me with reality
And I had nothing to do
I couldn’t run any longer
I couldn’t pretend, I couldn’t ignore my reality
All I had to do, was to turn in silence, with mixed feelings
To stomach my life of adulthood – parenthood in disguise

She came my way
I loved her, from within me I could sense it
I had a third eye about her, but I kept my doubts
I thought my Love could cover her weakness
I thought my total love could transform her – into that angel I ever wished
But now I’m married

I look around me, but I find not the rewind button
Life in reality, isn’t in our total control
We can easily make, but to unmake…,
If only I could turn back the hands of time
Maybe I would have never dreamt of marrying, less to have ever met her.

She was the lady I choose to love
She was who I thought ticked all my standards
She was the only one amongst the many I felt peace with
She brought marriage closer than ever
The days with her in the dark, our honeymoon
But today, I’m sadly married and every moment, all I think is DIVORCE.

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