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Infidelity poem

Updated on December 24, 2011










Flames consume my soul, as his hands caress my skin.

God I know it’s wrong, I know that it’s a sin.

When I look into his eyes, I can see the hungry desire.

I feel the heat of the moment, see the raging fire.


His kisses are so sweet, so absolutely divine,

But I shouldn’t be loving him, because this man

Will never be mine.


Passion fills my heart, I live so utterly confused.

The stakes are far to high, we both have to much to lose.


Neither of us are free, we each belong to another.

I shouldn’t think of him, my secret week end lover.


I knew that it was wrong, I have known it from the start,

But how do I walk away , when he lives within my heart.





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      Theresa Bauserman 4 years ago from Somewhere in Georgia

      thank you for reading my work. The picture is of a hotel in Hilton Head South Carolina, I took it while on vacation.

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      Bazooka Teaches 4 years ago from Los Angeles

      Where is that picture from? It looks like Naples, Florida. Just a guess! Cool poem!

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      somethgblue 6 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      So let me get this straight you can't write about pornography or penises and vaginas, but poems about cheating is ok, hmmm!

      Actually I thought the poem was pretty good but as a part time Umpire I hate cheaters.

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      Steve Orion 6 years ago from Tampa, Florida

      Well written! As for Earl's problem, I don't see unreadable characters but large gaps of space (perhaps purposeful?). Good poem and thanks for sharing

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      Earl S. Wynn 6 years ago from California

      It may just be that my computer is old and lacks the necessary font to read the symbols, but there are blocks of unreadable characters showing up between the lines of your poem. Other than that, it's good! Passionate. . .