His love fell like the walls of Jericho.
His heart fell away when she left him.
He counted sheep until the work was done.
He gerrymandered the district to elect the monster.
He recapped the syringe. “It’ll be over soon.”
She danced away from him into another’s embrace.
She changed yet again, but society wouldn’t stop.
The detective solved the crime he had masterminded.
He lost an autobiography of his murderous crimes.
On both his hands he saw her blood.
If only soap could wash his dirt away.
Sunshine sent the gloom running for its life.
The rain fell. The ocean between them rose.
He couldn’t stand crowds (or people in general).
Her faithless husband asked for forgiveness yet again.
Life never let him stop and sniff anything.
She kept questioning, though she knew the answers.
His foolishness outlasted her patience and her love.
The dog went hoarse barking at the cow.
Her careful words left no room for him