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Wedlocked

Just married, blinded by lust he never even six months down the road, the start to his silent overjoyed to have caught such a beautiful Forever awakened, with a sudden desire to die Till death do us part a line he couldn't forget Five years passed, never dreamed of regrets A silent prayer cast to the heavens above "Save me in anyway" Not a single day had passed when he got the He'd received a call, from a far off land "Husband dear, I have been restrained Stuck here in the hot desert sand I don't even know where I am Could you work out a plan to see me home again He smirked and hung up the phone For he received his peacefulwish As he enjoys their now, one person home.

Copyright © Denise Hopkins | Year Posted 2017

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