He escaped dreadful pain with all in anguish that day
Filling all touched through the years with great sorrow that day.

Her rage fostered much emotional suffering, but
Some understood her intense pain behind it that day.

Her knife like piercing tongue betrayed those that she loves, but
Some recognized the anxiety she hid that day.

She wished she could go back and redo the tragic past
But she knew he knew of her heart's intention that day.

He decided I, Peisinoë, was Good Enough
Promising Our Lives Intertwined in love that day.


Peisinoë learned the art of the Ghazal from her husband. She is much better at luring sailors with her enchanting music to shipwreck on rocky coasts than she is at writing poetry, but she enjoys taking a break from her siren duties to write occasionally.