Unapologetic, Poetry by Anthony Azekwoh

WILDsound Writing and Film Festival Review

Genre: Relationship, Marriage

Unapologetic
by Anthony Azekwoh

_(I wrote this from the perspective of a woman trapped in an unhappy marriage)_

It’s been a while since I cried my first tears
And I still vividly remember our first years
Together
When I looked into your eyes, I saw forever
What did you see when you looked at mine?
What do you see when you look at me?
Nowadays you don’t even look happy
“It’s 12 am, where are you going to?
Do you even care about the pain I’m going through?
You leave and come back whenever you want
and I’m tired of it
Is it me? What did do wrong?
Please just talk to me, I’m worried
If I did anything, please I’m sorry”
I always thought I was to blame, I’d drink my _lemonade_
wondering what I had
Done today and the day after
While you’d talk on…

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