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I've always compared myself to the one or two things a guy does wrong in his relationship and always convinced my ex-wife I was such a good husband -- without thinking of several things I did wrong

That Awful Man

I always thought I was the greatest man
Put other men down when I can
Being so great I had you convinced
A perfect marriage a white picket fence
You believed it for so long
I always said I do no wrong
I always said that man is mean
Loving a women he's never seen
He treats her bad he's no good
In front of her is were he stood
I said that is such an awful man
Hurting her whenever he can
I was the greatest I had you believe
Something hit me as I watched you leave
Looking into a mirror what did I see
That awful man was looking at me
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3 Visitor Comments

Katrina
I love this poem because it was written from the bottom of my husbands heart. I LOVE YOU
StarAnna
sad, but true, we often criticize others for what we lack most in our lives
Kelly
This poem was exellent!!! And soooo very true...so few men even bother to notice how they are as they trash other men loves it!!!! - Kelly

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