The Padlock on the Bridge | Gail Henderson

It was meant to represent our togetherness

Till death do us part and foreverness

Our joined there in verse, for better or worse

Let no man put asunder, not everness.

.

But our love was not locked so permanently

You found someone else and you gave them the key

All the vows that we made you were willing to trade

Along with the love you once had for me.


Gail Henderson arrived in Angus, Scotland from Oxford in 2006. After writing poetry for many years, three years ago she joined a creative writing class and during the lockdown of 2021 discovered a weekly online writing group, The Procrastinators, which has helped her explore different genres and given her the opportunity of sharing her work.


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