Because we crossed each other’s path,
We find ourselves in the tight knot
Of the marriage institution.
Have we ever been in fusion?
We share our meals, our car and home,
Memories of children now grown,
And go about our daily tasks,
Keeping grudges behind our masks.
Under the guise of love and care
Our true feelings we do not share,
And what is worse, oh! What a hoax!
We carry on our civil talks,
Sealing the night off with a kiss,
Playing at a semblance of bliss.
We live like a towering lie.
Who can tell, except you and I?
Published in September 2007 on my blog at