He speaks untruths about her on the phone with his family and friends
nineteen years of a relationship in peril, but they somehow carry on
could this be love attracting these two to a life of two-faced misfortune?
I don’t see how a relationship could last this long under these conditions,
but she feels it’s the company, she’s used to having him around.
Somewhere, now, a woman cries for the years she’s lost in the blur
wanting not to leave this man she’s invested nineteen years of misery in.
It is her life she gambled for the lies he told she thought were true
this is the pain she holds on to, thus continually breaking her fragile heart.