“Maybe I can tell such a brilliant lie”…

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She looked at him…
With eyes of love…

Her guardian angel…
Sent from above…

Who nursed her through…
The toughest of times…

And stood by her…
Forgave all her crimes…

That gentle man…
A rock to depend…

When she was broken…
He refused to bend…

And comforted her…
Allowed her the space…

Accepted all her faults…
Wiped tears from her face…

Gave her the courage…
To carry on with life…

He took all the weight…
Absorbed all her strife…

Made life worth living…
And lit up the dark…

As in her desperate hours…
He provided the spark…

That she clung onto…
Allowed her to cope…

It gave her strength…
And provided her hope…

That she wasn’t here…
All on her own…

And she could fight…
Show some backbone…

Knowing he’d be there…
So silent and strong…

No matter the issue…
Or if she was wrong…

Never pointing out faults…
Just seeing her through…

And she never suspected…
She really didn’t have a clue…

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4 responses to ““Maybe I can tell such a brilliant lie”…

  1. I am not kidding when I say I will use these words as I further develop the protagonist in my novel. It is so hard to get a fluent female perspective on love and relationships despite several relationships and lacking the benefit of sisters. That is the loving relationship and sentiments I want for my novels couple.

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