The faithful dog returned the ball years later.
The stuffed dog wouldn’t play fetch ever again.
The large man was the smallest in largesse.
He bowed to her nagging, loved her anyway.
He looked stupid, just to hold her hand.
The baby didn’t care about his past mistakes.
His legs buckled under the weight of expectations.
He told so many lies they became truth.
She only loved things that didn’t love back.
He could not spare another thought of her.
His rage was only matched by his vindictiveness.
Her pettiness was only matched by her beauty.
The train was late; the heist failed early.
He held her during her surprise party heart-attack.
With angry words she saved his “worthless” life.
Their unconventional family loved each other rather unconventionally.
She loved beyond her bounds and her sanity.
He conspired with her children to kill her.
Till Alzheimer’s, not her death, did them part.
Her love abounded all the while his dwindled.