She smiles even in the midst of challenges because she knows she’s not alone , her man solidly stands by her. She loves him so much and he appreciates her boundless love for him.
She insults him out of anger and he understands she’s only human. She apologises but he forgave her long before she apologised.
He’s kind to her and never forgets to buy her a gift.
He remembers her good deeds to him and makes conscious effort to forget her bad sides.
He pushes ego aside and apologises whenever he hurts her.
He doesn’t hold a senseless grudge and never takes revenge.
He respects and loves her for who she is.
He sits her down and tells her mistakes to her.
He doesn’t discuss her wrongs with friends over bottles of drinks at isi-ewu joints.
He defends her and never allows anyone talk her down or hurt her feelings.
He builds her up and not tears her down.
He shows her love and doesn’t push her away.
Thoughts of him make her day great.
She blesses the day she met him
He’s the God she sees in a crazy world, the light in the darkest of places, her sight when blind to the issues of life. Little wonder she calls him “my strength
Dedicated to all the real men out there.
Never give a crown to the man who wasn’t born a king
Real men are kings
Real men are rare
Real men are to be worshipped
By Irene Franca Amaka
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