I gave you a gift A precious gift And you act like you don’t want it. In return, you give me a ring. But I need something less symbolic, and more real. What good is a love based on feelings and not substance? You claim to love, yet can’t prove it. You claim to try, I can’t see it. My sacrifices many, your sacrifices few – And my love is supposed to grow for you? Instead of produce, you defend. Instead of progress, you remain steadfast – Unmovable. Love is more than combining flesh or even souls. It’s commitment to not only each other, but to your promise – Your duty – To provide and protect – to secure. Love dwindles with failing trust and nonexistent dependability. You were commissioned by God to rule – Little by little, you’re being fired from the position. If for no other reason, be an example to the gift I gave, The gift we made. Run the race and win the prize. Lose, and it will disappear before your eyes. Bad can be done alone. The time I waste can never be recovered. The pain I suffer makes me cold and hard. Want the gift – Appreciate me who gave it to you. Spend your life cherishing both. Because just as easily as it was given, it can easily be taken away. And for the well-being of both, I will not hesitate.