Once upon a time, marriage was
Contested, not you to barge
Untimely. You are married to
The globe, throw darkness, sorrow
To the globe, you take battle with our
Beloved once.

You wringed our lovers to
Your six-feet, our vision
Lay-low, leave us with big-head,
Abort the still-borns with no use.
Hospitals, roads is your bed to rest.

Who shall kill you? Our hearts
Is mangled, there you draw back the lips.
No man shall perfume with you here.
Don’t take much, let us live longer.