A non-fiction poetic narrative on love, marriage talks, deception, hope, and healing.
In today's world, it is uncommon to find arranged marriages in the frequency that once existed. In Africa, you will find an occurrence of such things as arranged marriages, but they are not as systemized as in India.
This poem tells of a young woman who experienced a love that started out with informal marriage talks with her parents. In an attempt at changing from her self-protective approach to relationships, she opens up to the possibilities of a new relationship with a man she barely knows. a relationship based on pressure, deception, and uncertainty.
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