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Affairs of the Heart

Affairs of the Heart
By godsangel on 03/10/2008
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Two hearts joined as one
Bound together for eternity,
In holy matrimony they stand
Blessed by one
Hated by all.

A tragic story
like Romeo & Juliet,
Of hate and love
Life and death,
Peace and rivalry.

Two brothers
Separated by the hate
Of their parents
Fall for a love struck beauty.

This fair maiden
Picks the one of her heart
The enemy, the villain
The one not chosen for her

Rage fills inside the heart
Of the abandoned
As he watches the love
Spread between the pair.

His eyes as red as the devil
And his heart as black as coal
“This isn’t the end,” he says,
He hasn’t lost yet.

So as the days go by
He devises a plan
The plan to defeat his demon
And retrieve his angel.

“Marry me,” he tells her one night
“Marry me and he shall live,
Refuse me and send your lover
To his grave,”
She’s nervous, she’s panicked
She knows not what to do
Betray her lover and save him,
Or give him up to death

Those are the choices
And she can only pick one
Hate for life
Or love for death

Now she stands at the altar
Sad and broken
She chose him
She betrayed her lover
She kissed the devil.

He hates her now
Her Romeo
He hates her
Body and soul
He stops the wedding
Faces his love
And shoots her in her heart.

His brother kneels down weeping
Clutching his corpse bride
He faces her killer
And confesses to all,
He tells of his plan
Her choice,
His promise to spare him.

Dear Romeo now stands
Shocked and dismayed,
She did it to save him
She did it for love
And he killed her, shot her
Right in her loving heart.

He looks his brother in the eye,
“You caused this,” he said.
“We both did, and neither
One of us deserves to live,”
Says his brother.

“Your right,”
A shot to the head
Now his brother is dead!
But wait, Romeo bleeds as well.
A shot to the chest,
He should of known
His brother would have
A gun by his breast.

He falls to the ground
But he’s not down yet
Slowly, painfully
He crawls to his dearest,
He holds her tight
Whispering sweet words of love.

He places one last kiss
On her rosy red lips
Then dies slowly, happily
With Juliet in his arms.

Mesang Clayborne

© By godsangel On 3/10/2008 10:03:03 PM
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