Thee vowed not to make thy lover his loathed enemy.
But thy lover was scorned and had to be held to account.
Fact that thy fellow lover has turned into a villain makes him troubled within.
Is it plain to see?
He tries to swim in a deadly sea with broken fins without movement he drowns helplessly.
He is buried by pride because he believes that thy enemy can be taught to behave.
Thy enemy is his own heart that makes him rebel against his true self.
Why does he allow a veil to blind him?
He is not blinded by a veil but he is afraid of chasing shadows