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His and Hers
She willing gives all her heart.
For all she knows has been torn apart.
Like a shadow that dances on the wind.
Her soul is free to float and bend.
He grudgingly bestows her request.
For pain and sorrow and unrest.
Like a shiver that runs down the spine.
His love was never hers to find.
She selfishly hides him away.
For fear of losing him someday.
Like a silence she closes him in.
Her passion confused with sin.
He regretfully undoes all he’s done.
For he’s not one to call when he comes.
Like a monster love must not be caged.
He’s imprisoned which causes him rage.
She sinisterly slinks off in the night,
For revenge and plots, and fight.
Like a small child denied a toy.
She softly whispers for the boy.
He clumsily falls into her trap.
For not all can resist a hard slap.
Like sorrow he cries out for help.
He screams yet no hears his yelp.
She crazily carries a knife.
For to her he is nothing but a life.
Like a stealthy predator after prey,
She comes to cause much dismay.
He blindly is taken into the night.
For he knows not of the girls plight.
Like a stone he falls to the earth
He is forever free from her curse.