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Love Poem - Where Are You Now?

Updated on April 29, 2020
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Elena teaches in London. She works in the Adult learning Sector.

In some relationships, partners have the freedom to do what they want, but some lack that space.

A poem about 2 partners, yet to marry.

The usual phone call.

"Where are you now?" He asked.

She said, "with a friend in the Library."

He said, "take a photo and let me see!"

Another day, another phone call.

"Where are you now?" He asked.

She said, "I am home cooking."

He said, "send me a photo of you, in the kitchen."

Sunday morning, that phone call!

"Where are you now?" He asked.

She said, "in Church, got here at nine."

"Is that so?" He asked. "Put Jesus on the line!"


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    • Peggy W profile image

      Peggy Woods 

      8 months ago from Houston, Texas

      I would leave someone who was that controlling, especially since they were not married.

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      Dora Weithers 

      11 months ago from The Caribbean

      Not as funny as it sounds. I think they both need help to face reality but then you suggest the option: "Stay - Pray for him. All things are possible." That's some good humor.

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      11 months ago from London, UK

      Thank you, Marlene.

      I'm glad you enjoyed the poem and you are no longer in such a relationship. Nice to see you again.

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      11 months ago from London, UK

      Thank you, Ruby. Jesus would have said, "O ye of little faith" to him.

      Glad you enjoyed it.

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      Ruby Jean Richert 

      11 months ago from Southern Illinois

      I laughed out loud at the request to put Jesus on the line, a real trusting dude. lol

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      Marlene Bertrand 

      11 months ago from USA

      Your poem is quite charming. I really enjoyed reading it. Aside from that, I was in a relationship like the one in your poem and it was no fun. I stayed thinking trust would grow... it never did. Anyway, it is a fun poem with a touch of reality indeed.


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