Men often quote the popular saying 'Hell hath no fury like a women scorned". Well, it's 2019, and the saying might as well be 'Hell hath no fury like a lover scorned'.
These words seem to have been brought to real life in case of ruler of Dubai.
One of the world's richest man has written a poem fuelled with rage after his wife ran away from him to Europe with their children. As per reports, the Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum's wife has sought sanctuary in Germany and UK. Following this, he wrote a poem expressing his anger over his wife's 'betrayal'.
The 69-year-old often indulges in sharing his poems on family events such as weddings but they are reported to be of poor quality. Reports also say the criticism of his poetic skills of lack thereof remains within private conversation.
His poem over his wife fleeing is titled 'You Lived and You Died'. It focuses on betrayal of which the Billionaire ruler has accused his wife.
“You betrayer, you betrayed the most precious trust, and your game has been revealed.
“Your days of lying are over and it doesn’t matter what we were and what you are.”
It ends with him breaking ties with her. “You no longer have any place with me/ Go to who you have been busy with!/ And let this be good for you; I don’t care if you live or you die.”
Below is the Instagram post on the poem.
The separation from his wife comes a year after his daughter Sheikha Latifa fled the country. In March 2018, Princess Latifa fled the country via sea but was captured off Goa coast by Indian authorities. She was subsequently returned to Dubai by them and since then has not been seen publicly.