Treasure Island

CeCe Lamberts

(12 December 1969 / Smallvile, Greece)

Marriages are made in Heaven


'Marriages are made in heaven'
so say people in India
a good marriage can your life lengthen
it can be your ultimate good karma.

My marriage was made in hell
Bad karma from beginning to end
Kept me for years in a prison cell
Finally, I don't have to pretend.

My marriage was made in hell
no love or affection, felt like a bad spell
A bad marriage can ruin your life
For so many years, I had no life.

The hell marriage is now over
Promise I won't do it again, ever
I'm finally free from the shackles
Thought I'd be happy, but I see no sparkles.

All I'm left now with is wrinkles
My life's hard and full of struggles
Still, I find my freedom wonderful
And I will soon start feeling worthful.

Written on April 23,2007

Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2007
Edited: Thursday, February 17, 2011

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  • Chris Mendros (8/29/2007 11:02:00 AM)

    Some say marriages must be made in heaven, 'cause nobody down here could come up with such an enormously bad idea. (Report) Reply

  • Cyclopseven R (6/5/2007 1:24:00 PM)

    Marriages are made in heaven. That's 100 percent right. But, the heaven is our mind and the hell too. We all are working out some mathematical formulas of addition and substraction in this life. I just want to say ' when you see shadow ahead of you, remember that there is light following you. Its just a matter of time before the shadow falls behind and light appears ahead'. (Report) Reply

  • Aashish Ameya (4/24/2007 12:08:00 AM)

    Its your truth and it is bitter, life is made of good and bad, now bad part is over, soon good time will arrived…. (Report) Reply

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