Divorce Husband Poems | Divorce Poems About Husband
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When a couple got a divorce, the wife was going to have to pay alimony.
She thought that she could get away with murder but that was baloney.
They had been married for twenty-seven years and had kids.
She was going to have to pay $50,000 per year because she earned more than her husband did.
She didn't want to lose half of her salary so murder was the direction in which she went.
But she didn't give the Police any credit, she didn't realize that they are very efficient.
The Police showed their efficiency when they arrested her, that was a painful lesson that she had to learn.
Half is much better than nothing and now she's behind bars and nothing is what this stupid woman earns.
(This is a true story)
The hurt and pain has gone on way to long
Despite my efforts to hold on and stay strong
I find myself losing hope
I'm not quite sure just how to cope
I do what I can't to forget his name
By playing myself into some risky game
Use medication to make it through the day
Can't quite find the words to say
To the thoughts in my head that can't stay silent
To the anger in me that needs to be violent
I gave all I had till there was nothing left
He walks away free with a broken heart theft
I'm trying like crazy to erase his memories I keep
But the more I try the more the wounds dig deep
The foster child who put up a wall
Found a man to break it down
Only to find out he was her demise and fall
So I'm mad at him and myself for believing
That I could be so fooled by looks that were deceiving
From the reason I'm smiling
To my river of tears
He has no regret
He doesn't even care
I should have know he was not the one
When he wasn't moved by the death of his son
God help the cold heart that lies within
And rid him of his every sin
Broken, bruised, hurt, and tethered
Our vows will be forever shattered
Though nothing will ever heal his damage
I have hope for the heart held together with a bandage.