Friday, October 29

Runaway Groom

He smiles as she walks down the aisle...
He waits for her so impatiently...
And when she arrives he stares at her....
With so much love and so much pride...
He promises to watch her till death do them part...
He then kisses her and makes her his wife...
He holds her hand and takes her home...
Makes love to her and babies they raise...
As time passes the 'groom' disappears...
A boring sports-lover takes his place...
All he does is watch TV for sure...
And when the night comes he snores oh dear!
When chores are heavy and babies cry...
He just watches soccer to smile...
When garbage needs to be placed out...
He just feels like its a crime....
When she cries and feels alone...
He goes, 'honey is it that time of the month?'
When they go out, his eyes start to wonder
When he's home, his eyes are oh so closed...
His clothes are all over the floor
And if dinner is late he's so pissed off...
When she whispers 'do you love me' in his ear
He goes 'Do you want something my dear?'
So where's the groom...she starts to pray
Did he after the wedding, just run away?

LOL!
For my married friends....




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Dewdrop said...

Haha Keshi, funny but a true scenerio :) LOL I read this once:
What's the difference between a new husband and a new dog?
After a year, the dog is still excited to see you.

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footloose.slinger said...

Keshi...pls don't get married :-) he he he

diffy said...

Psst...wasnt the original line...Runaway bride??

moulvi aziz tariq said...

To all my confused sisters --



A man said to the Messenger of Allah (saw): I have a wife who welcomes me at the door when I enter the house, and sees me off when I leave. When she sees me grieved, asks me: 'What are you grieved for? If you are anxious about your livelihood, it is guaranteed by other than you: or if you are worried about the hereafter, may Allah increase your worries.' The Messenger of Allah said: "Allah has agents and she is one of them. She will get half a martyr's reward."

The Messenger of Allah was asked, "What rights do our wives have over us?" He replied: "You shall feed her as you feed yourself, clothe her as you clothe yourself; you shall not slap her on the face, nor revile [her], nor leave her [alone] except within the house."

If a woman does not perform her duty as a spouse, she has not done her duty to Allah. - The Prophet of Islam (saw)

May Allah bless a man who creates a good relationship with his wife, because Allah has appointed man to be the guardian of his wife. - Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (as)


Act moderately with women in every instance. Speak to them nicely in order that their deeds become good. - Imam Ali (as)

The best women among your women are those who show appreciation when their husbands bring home something and are not discontented if nothing is brought home. - Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (as)

The words of a husband to his wife, "I truly love you," should never leave her heart. - The Prophet of Islam (saw)



--Moulvi.

Anonymous said...

I can write no stately proem
As a prelude to my lay;
From a poet to a poem
I would dare to say.

For if of these fallen petals
One to you seem fair,
Love will waft it till it settles
On your hair.

And when wind and winter harden
All the loveless land,
It will whisper of the garden,
You will understand.

Anonymous said...

and how many girls care for a caring husband? I have seen many instances in which caring husbands are cheated, dumped, doomed, argued, fought, and what not by wives.

I just think this is a mismatch story, good people matching with bad ones. It has nothing to do with _gender_.

saby said...

keshi...woomen are to blame .....
they all say ... marry me ...or i wont sleep wid ya ....

Anonymous said...

:)

Arjun said...

times change... so do us folks!!

i went back to 2004.... to see if Keshi is the same as she always was... as much as i could garner from the brief BLOG acquaintance that we have!!

Patrick said...

A relationship is a two way street. It is a place you go to give unconditionally. When the exchange becomes conditional it becomes a transaction and quite often you land up with more debits in one account.

Patrick said...

A relationship is a two way street. It is a place you go to give unconditionally. Once you have conditions attached to your giving then it becomes a transaction and quite often land up with more debits on one side.

Pat...