And So It Ends

Written by: Tamara Ghariokwu

She’s crying
With indignant eyes 
And a tumultuous heart
He’s sighing
With restrained thighs
And a perplexed start
It slams
With a thunderous noise
And a conspiring choice
Do I end this mess? – 
Or give it a Holy redress?

She seems not to care
He seems to dare

From here, 
I see she watches
I see he clutches –
His heavy heart beneath his prideful fear

Her heart is pumping blood at double speed
His soul is giving in to fleshy greed
She’s waiting vehemently for a beep
He’s composing speeches way too deep
As her waiting become just hopes
And his notes stay within his heart’s ropes
They long and want
The affection their soul taunts

Questions are borne out of anger
Silence is carved out of disdain 
Abandon is stemming from his inner perceived power
Regret is flowing from her deepest sincere pain
His grudge; her shame
Her hopes; his name

The battle of beauty and spunk
The throttle of merry or junk
Waiting and longing
Concluding and condemning
She is closing her heart’s door
She is wishing she had more

The struggle of egos is designed
The joggle of love and his pride
Writing and cleaning
Creating and recounting
He is tossing several thoughts
He is hoping she will have more

And so it ends
He’s reuniting his heart with his feet
He’s taking a great chance at his last feat 
She’s clearing her heart of clogged rage
She’s opening her arms to love’s undying age
As the heavens pours out grace –
From where I stand; an amazing space,
He tilts his heart to reveal remorse
She expunges doubt of any course
He gapes at My perfect creature
He wonders how blissful his future – 
Would be with this sculpted beauty
Of the Celestials’ duty

I sit and watch, I stare and smile
At earth’s connection from countless miles
And so it ends like it never went sour
Another union as Paradise’s flower!

© Tamara Ghariokwu
18th November, 2010.