To the marriage that held all the brutality and trauma,
I ran screaming towards the elements I missed.
Wearing that white gown I wore in my wedding,
Burnt it with your tears as you were sobbing.
I remember every havoc you bestowed me,
Gratefulness came to me as you ascertain me.
You weren’t the one I thought in my fantasies,
Just a reflection of the devil in human skin.
So I ran before my body could perish,
From my gashes and outbreak every second,
From you the one I understood I shouldn’t be with.