Osama recited a poem dedicated to her fiancee Debbie Aguero, who made her happy.

Recently part of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other WayDebbie and Osama reconcile after a violent fight.

Osama apologized and said some things were lost in translation. But Debbie saw a new side to her love of 24 years. Can she trust him again?

He vowed to prove himself not only in words but in deeds.

And in this Sunday’s episode preview, Osama does just that — professing his love for her, as his fiancee, in front of a room full of people. Watch the show for yourself:

You can check out a sneak peek below. 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Chapter 4, Episode 10.

In Sunday’s April 9 episode, Osama and Debbie appear to have attended some sort of poetry session. Presumably, he accepts admissions, but this could be a regular crowd for Osama.

It starts with an introduction, much to Debbie’s delight. He not only gave his name and his country of birth but also his poetry. Her fiancé. He uses that label in public. Even Osama points out Debbie in the audience.

“I was surprised to be honest with you,” Debbie says to the camera in hidden view.

“Osama is appearing before the audience,” she said.

Debbie continued, “He’s telling everyone he wrote this poem for me for his fiancee.

“I’m not ashamed of me,” Debbie said.

“It’s erasing the rough start we had,” she praised.

“And, Debbie, it seems like I’m trusting him again.”

“And I feel good,” said Debbie.

“That’s just the way it is,” she says to the camera. “This is the man I’ve been waiting for.”

Then, of course, Osama begins to read the actual poem aloud.

“The name of the song is ‘I think of you,'” Osama announces to the small crowd.

The exact words of the poem are… very unique.

Maybe you should listen to them yourself. We’re not sure that just flipping it does the poem justice.

That was quite an experience! Not just for the audience, but for Osama and Debbie.

Osama is clearly a troubled, introverted man.

In fact, he initially won over fans by expressing his deep love for cats.

So it is no surprise when Usama confesses that he has never read such a poem aloud in front of an audience before.

Meanwhile, Debbie is positively declining.

Osama’s excess made her feel weak, she said, likening the experience to a shot of cognac.

Osama called Debbie “the missing piece.”

Meanwhile, he proves that he feels that he can accomplish anything by her side.

“I told you the other day that I wanted to prove my love to everyone,” Osama said to the woman’s love. “So this is the way I’m going to prove it.”

“Because my love is true,” Osama explained in his love gesture. “From now on it will only be actions.”

Osama seems to be giving Debbie everything she wants.

Or, maybe, he’ll tell her whatever she wants to hear. We are well into the season, but there is still a lot of twists and turns.

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