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To the Wife of my Ex-Husband

You probably don’t know me but I know you. Five years ago you married my ex-husband and gave birth to two children with him; two pretty little girls. After my husband disappeared leaving me and my three kids behind, I needed to know where he went. So don’t get disturbed thinking how I know all this.

He married you and no longer, you both brought your daughters into this world. I don’t like you, I don’t want to. I wish I could be any bigger than that, but I can’t help it. The father of your children- your husband- was my husband first. He was the father of my children first to whom he abandoned long ago. I can admit now that we were not meant for each other or to be together but my children did not deserve what he did to them. He left them to go make children with you and never contacted them. He deserted them.

My children became fatherless, while he chose to father again.

He left me with nothing except my two children. He left me with no income. We’ve struggled. We went hungry, and we cried ourselves to sleep. Just because I had spent my years at home, taking care of the family that he helped to create; right up until he walked out the door.

In the last five year, I have had to teach my son how to be a man and held the hand of my little daughter who cried out for a father who never returned. I have struggled to do everything on my own, while you got everything we were supposed to have.

This is the reason I wanted to hate you, but I was not sure if you even know that I exist. I’ sure by the next week you will.

Your husband doesn’t pay child support for the two kids he had first, that’s why I’m dragging him to court. Last time he begged the judge not that your family-his new family doesn’t have money to support my kids that is why he can’t pay. He begged not to take money away from his new children, to give to his first.

I hate him for that and I hate you in turn because you brought that kids who unintentionally stolen from mine.

Have your children ever been fatherless? Slept hungrily? Cried for a man that isn’t there?

No? Mine have because that man is with you.

Mira is a budding columnist and blogger who has turned her interest of designing and creativity into an entire career. Mira is a sagacious and with her witty writing, beautiful photography and snippets, be it homeware or travel, her adventures will keep you going for more

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