Love and Lust (Poem)

One man had it all,


A wife to die for,


All the money a man could ask for.


Love irreplaceable,


That any man would ask for.


It felt stale,


As if it wasn’t enough,


Always looking for excitement and fun.


Temptation and lust kept on creeping his way.


As he was confused 


Which path to take.


After thinking long and hard


Before taking the leap,


On a dead end trail.


He couldn’t withstand 


What was a stake, 


For a one night stand,


And a true love break.



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