Metamorphosis


Amidst sin, treachery, virluence,

Iniquity, evil, and sinister,

Being unloved, despised,

Did she transform?

Holding on to good, padlocked in devilry,

Was all the sinister planned and deviced?

Was there a sunshine to brighten her soul,

Everyday the vile and vice ushered with chivalry,

Did she transform?

For years she waited to see the light,

A faint hope, numb going about the mundane,

She had no more will to fight,

With a frailing spirit, and will to withstand,

Did she transform?

Then he came by, like a ray of hope,

He had misery and more to cope,

A rhyme, a reason, a new beginning,

Did she transform?

Forgetting his scars, he filled her soul,

With warmth, hope; they were on a roll,

Did she transform?

Joy amidst darkness,

From “Oh what a mess,”

Did she transform?

Intoxicated with endless love and faith,

More to give than said,

Their lives transformed.

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