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.
She lost his mind along with her keys.
She lost her mind in the mall bathroom.
She put the pieces of his life together.
I passed the speed limit, towards my hell.
She cried and whined for everything she got.
Her heart tore itself between her two lovers.
He sold his soul for a three-car garage.
They stayed together until she landed one better.
Fearing embarrassment, his defensive actions invited worse embarrassment.
The flight home was turbulent for them alone.
He served at her pleasure and her pain.
She couldn’t trust him to do the dishes.
He wrote books he hoped she’d never read.