Instructed

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

This is a poem about trying to make a relationship survive, regardless of all the endless troubles in this world.

The scorn of a woman,
strong enough to turn the world upside down.
But constant aggrivated females,
voice their opinion,
unable to turn a potential man around.

Nothing seems to work,
the tactics she brings to the table.
She just feels she wasting her time,
well he's wasting it,
the so called man thats unfaithful.

It seems as if,
that a female waits for the situation.
Just to add fuel to fire,
to a torn relationship,
and add more complication.

Never really stopping,
to take a look through the confusion.
To find that silver lining thats clouded,
blocked with turmoil,
for a potential solution.

Yes a solution,
to the agony of each ones heart and emotions.
Its simple conversation,
a two way street thats rarely travelled,
but is capable of adding devotion.

A devotion to one another,
she wants sincerity and faithfulness.
A romance to deepen,
understandable point of views placed,
but rarely ever expressed.

But who's willing,
to take the chance to start a conversation.
All previous encounters
only caused detrimental arguments;
that left each in the state of devistation.

The state of devistation,
shouldnt be the issue completely.
Constantly it is,
between two struggling with commitment,
it only destroys their opportunity.

The opportunity for love,
what you've been seeking all together,
But human nature,
which is within yourself,
keeps pride and submission far from each other.

Submisive is the way,
vulnerable unto each others demands.
Love can then prevail,
when pride cowars in its sight,
allowing your hear to then understand.

Understanding is the key,
with a combination of conversation, chance, and trust.
Safely embed these morals in your heart;
never to forget,
but abiding in them completely a must....

By: Anthony J. Andrews Jr.


Submitted: July 07, 2009

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