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A Failing Romance (Pt. II)

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A Failing Romance (Pt. II)

     (She hugs her man...)
I'm not gonna let my intuition 
Rule my judgement on this
"Hey baby, I missed you so much.
How was your flight???"
     (He sighs and looks into her eyes...)
I can't lie to this woman
I mean I am her first love
"It was fine dear, thanks for asking,
But I'm really tired."
What am I going to do about her??
     (His eyes dart between the two women...)
God, please help me make a desicion.
     (His mistress looks at him...)
Is this man serious??
I thought he was single,
I knew my intuition was telling me right
I just hope his wife doesn't notice
     (The mistress extends her hand to the wife...)
"Hi, I'm Jenny. Alex has told me
So much about you."
     (The wife...)
I knew it. This man is out his mind
If he thinks I'm going to stand for this mess.
"Nice to meet you, I'm Pat. And I'm sorry
But he didn't mention you.
     (He's sweating bullets...)
"Um, yes dear. This is someone 
I just met on my trip." 
He was stuttering, a dead giveaway
     (The wife looks at him then the mistress...)
To the both she says,
"So ya'll have been playing house,
Behind my back,
Been sneaking around
Thinking you weren't leaving tracks.
Well honey I got news
I already knew
I found her number in your pocket
Saw the makeup on your clothes
But don't worry I'm not mad
Your clothes are already pack
And I already called Tyrone
You can either go to her home
Or stay with him
Because as of now 
Our marriage is finished"
     (She storms out never looking back....She hates that she caused a scence but that 
moment she'll never take back...)

**This is more like a play,but I thought maybe it was in poetry form. Please comment and 
make suggestions.**

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