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
He flipped the car, walked away. She didn’t.
If only she could see my desperate love.
Her Adonis was breathtakingly handsome and rather dull.
His Aphrodite wandered from him like her namesake.
She wouldn’t listen to his foolishness any longer.
She loved him not when he was here.
She loved him least when he came back
She loved him most when he walked away.
“I do not love you, Sarah,” he lied.
Though it was Easter, she wouldn’t rise again.
He could not understand her need for another.
Time travel, the normal kind, made him late.
The TV show lost all sense of reality.