Odysseus and Penelope.
Their story ends happily when Odysseus returns from the Trojan war,
But he wasn’t exactly faithful along the way……was he?
Were you my love?
I guess Greeks were much better back then,
Because nowadays cheating feels earth-shattering,
And you have to figure out a way of how to keep going.
I have been feeding myself on dark thoughts
Of “love problems”,
But I am glad didn’t last,
I guess Hades has grabbed me by my wrist
And spewed me outside,
Into the light.
What do I do now?
Do I walk slowly, with caution,
Careful to not fall on my every step,
Or do I stubbornly stick with my bouncy walk?
I guess Eros is rebelliously fueling us all with his arrows,
No matter what we’ve been trough,
We become again and again….
The perfect man and the perfect woman.
I have loved you.
Will I love again?
Yes! Eros please aim,
For without love, there is no life….and this is no myth.
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