A butterfly on a wheel
reasons for terminating a good relationship
What is the main reason that would drive you to terminate a so-called GOOD RELATIONSHIP??
Chicago residents Neil Randall) and his wife, Abby Randall have a very happy and ordinary life until one day their daughter Sophie is kidnapped by a man called Tom. Tom threatens to kill Sophie is Neil and Abby don’t comply. The parents find themselves forced to do whatever the sociopath requests in order to save their daughter. They undergo physiological and emotional tests and their family is almost torn apart. By the end of the movie, and in the last ten minutes, the truth is revealed. Tom was having an affair with Abby’s best friend. All what the couple have gone through was just an act by Abby and Tom (Judith’s husband).Thus, Abby is paying back Neil the pain she went through on learning of the affair and played the game along with Tom.
Visions of a so-called happy marriage flow through the hearts of a broken family
Unable to comprehend the current situation though they pledged to live happily
I thought we’d have it all, the happiness the love the care all
But now we burn bridges and our hearts we break blaze and fall
You broke the faith cheated and violated our sacred bond
You drowned in temptation, to that what do you respond
You broke the trust now you taste despair and hate
Does it hurt? I hope so, because sorry comes very late
For years you stabbed me in the back
Lied, until you soaked in lies, trust you lack
So how you expect me lay there on my bed
Ignoring the deceitful truth the bullshit I was fed
What a treacherous thing! Words choking in my throat
Say goodbye to your life though my love I swore to devote
You chose willingly to ruin with your bare hands our precious life?
Now I scar you with same pain and cut through you using a knife?
You will pay for all your perfidious deed
Now the hate the lurks inside is one to dread
You will learn the taste of pain and despair
In the depths of Hades you burn for that affair
“I am the sneaky connection
To your most devilish reflection
The scary imagination of the real you” from face your daemons by After forever
So who puts a butterfly on a wheel?
I do Neil!