This poem is about a relationship that's broken. It talks about the difficulties the two encountered in that relationship and the narrator refers to the other as the enemy. The poet still has faith in their love but needs the partner to be equally committed to their relationship.
The enemy wears many faces but this time it came
in a form of your infidelity.
Broke my heart(left me vulnerable) in the middle of
We gave that round to the enemy and watched as it
stripped the title off of our relationship, but still..
That didn't kill our love
Our imperfections were the enemy in it's truest
That battle was hard to overcome but we
persevered and pulled through that fierce form
which made us doubt each other's trust, taking
away the one thing keeping this love intact, but still.
That didn't tear us apart
This war has lasted for longer than just a while; so
much so we have lost the purpose of fighting
For love was never meant to be fought for; for this
I was hoping the last form would be this distance
between us but I've realised that it has brought
more men to fight than I had expected.
Now it has minions trying to turn us against each
other as if we are not one.
I'll always fight for our love but the enemy stands
undefeated until you take your stand besides me
and help me conquer the enemy in all it's forms and
save our love.