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Author Name: Freerandy johnson 4 Comments
Date Added: November 10, 2010 17:11:33 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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I married my sister
My marriage ended when I learned that my wife is my sister.
We were married for twenty years and I sure have missed her.
When I learned that we are brother and sister, my heart sank.
Soon after I was born, Dad sold his sperm to a sperm bank.
Until last year, I had no idea that Dad had another kid.
I will never forgive him for what he did.
For years I was so happy but now I just want to die.
My perfect life was shattered and all I can do is cry.
I tried to kill myself in my car with carbon monoxide.
But my cousin found me in time and sadly I survived.
When our marriage ended, my whole world fell apart.
Now I'm doomed to always have this broken heart.
The love that my wife and I shared was as pure as a dove.
But now my life is over because I had to give up the woman who I love.
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Comments:
Comment By: Freejamieson steele on November 11, 2010 04:00:01 AM Report
Randy,

   Sounds like a biblical story.

 

All the best

for a great holiday,

 

Jamieson

Comment By: FreeTanya Harrison on November 10, 2010 09:08:03 PM Report
Well, very creative poem Randy.  You made it very touching too.  This would be a very unusual situation.  Let's just hope that there would be no children formed in this situation.  They probably wouldn't be very physically healthy, if this were true.
Comment By: FreeMaples on November 10, 2010 07:50:24 PM Report
I dont know where you get this stuff Randy, but its brilliant!I love reading your stuff.

 

Meg

Comment By: FreeLinda Jo on November 10, 2010 06:20:23 PM Report
hello Randy...now this one is way, way out there!...so glad you added the words, fictional poem.  But keep writing and we'll keep reading.  I couldn't help but think...what if this actually happened?  it could, you know and you are correct in stating how devastating the situation would be.  




 


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