You see, dear, I married a heel. I don't wish that for you, no way. My words for you "Dear, make sure." Pay heed, what you see, what you feel. He's at his best right now, won't change. I thought he would because of love. The heel is after what he wants. I've cried my pillow wet, tear soaked. But tears won't change one bit, not him. Think twice before you say "I do." Not like me so late, eating words My "I do" has become "I don't."
Poem Copyright © 2015 Jimmiehov. All Rights Reserved
It is of a painting of John Everett Millais (June 8 1829 – August 13, 1896, called called "The Bridesmaid". The bridesmaid will be a close friend of the bride. If the bridesmaid has a message to tell, very likely it will be some sound advice garnered eithe by her experience or from her intiuition.
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