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Dark and sinister

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JamesMichael
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Kapolei, Hawaii, USA


0 posted 01-18-2000 07:02 PM       View Profile for JamesMichael   Email JamesMichael   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for JamesMichael

This is not a true story.  Just been thinking about Love, trust and lust.   If you want to see my other choice go to dark passions and read "Love and Marriage".  James


Dark and sinister

I am a married man
but still I play if I can.
And what do I have to lose anyway,
her Love, her trust, her respect,
I'll lose my wife you say!
That would be O.K.
cause I didn't Love her anyway.

How else could I possibly stand before you here
and pronounce my infidelity,
with no remorse or sensitivity.

Call me a player if you must
a dark and sinister victim of my own lust.
This doesn't have to only be a husband you see
it could be either spouse just as easily.
Or it could be two lovers linked romantically.

There's a lesson here that's perfectly clear.
Love isn't dependent upon our lust
but I think Love could use a little trust

Most when faced with the choice of Love or lust
surely would choose to Love and trust.

I choose lust.
Lust in the morning.
Lust in the evening.
Lust at supper time.
Twas this lust lured us together
and we shared its wanton pleasure.
No psychic's tarot card could reveal
this intense over mastering gratification we feel.
No saintly minister would care to unveal this desire our senses can not conceal.
How zestfully we appease our appetite
touching, tasting, and feeling so much pure delight.
All so intense and sensual yet still wondering as I might.
Hey, is lust without marriage wrong or right?

Jameslee@Jan16,2000@forLisa

I am now lurking so dark and sinister
another lustful improper minister. James@2000




[This message has been edited by jmlee12345 (edited 01-19-2000).]
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Echo Rhayne
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1 posted 01-18-2000 11:10 PM       View Profile for Echo Rhayne   Email Echo Rhayne   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Echo Rhayne

Interesting

 ~*~ ^i^ ~*~ Love is such a lonely art, and death is but a taste. Minds are merely instruments that often go to waste! ~*~ ^i^ ~*~


Saxoness
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2 posted 01-19-2000 04:04 AM       View Profile for Saxoness   Email Saxoness   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Saxoness

I'm quite speechless

 "Glory remains unaware of my neglected dwelling where alone
I sing my tearful song which has charms only for me."

-Charles Brugnot

JamesMichael
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3 posted 01-19-2000 06:13 AM       View Profile for JamesMichael   Email JamesMichael   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for JamesMichael

Thank you Echo for your interest in my poem and Saxoness I hope you are speechless because you liked it.   James
 
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