Relationship Poem

From a woman who understands that she and her husband have drifted apart. She wishes to come back together the way things were.

Iíve Figured It Out

© Corinna
Whilst our little boy was growing up,
Our hearts were growing at a distance,
Our love was focused on him,
Not on each other, in this instance,

I know now why my heart aches; Iíve figured it out,
We havenít been sharing the affection about,
We have forgotten each other, over the years,
The couple we once were, the thought brings me to tears.

I am Corinna and you are Matt,
We once were a couple, do you remember that,
Insistence is the key,
Or this could lead to tragedy,

Our little boy needs us together
To do this, we need to consider each other,
Spend a little more time alone together,
Rediscover each other,
Remember why we chose, one another.

Individually we both have identity,
Together we are infinity.

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Published: Nov 2007

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