Let Him Go

Let him go- it was not ever you and him
To tide, only was a jaunt in a compromise
Duped my dear, and let along to the
Matrimonies of true minds, glow like sunrise

Never to think he upkeeps, it was for once
None less or more of the allegations,
For the quarrel outbreak was like a pounce
To the imaginary hearts-disheartened by assertions

Let him go- for his side of the story is so blare
You won't understand and let it be better or worse
That you impede the bond-don't act like your care,
For your retort stood the last thrill of a dying horse

by Wilson Tinotenda Waison

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