A Lovers Affair

Written by: Dana Smith

Impulse bleeding in the back of her head, Gonna stand and deliver dark, instead Kicking his clothes to the corner, she'll smile He'll stay and play and feel pleased, for a while A tease he may be, flirtacious is she And never has there been two lovers so vile. His wife's back at home, her boyfriend's alone And still do their hands find places to roam A fantasy lived since when she was young, A guilt never present and a head never hung; Of course her small crush would turn into something, And of course his small heart would return to her nothing But all the years spent with small-talks and giggles, And all the nights spent with whispers and hints She never thought it'd hurt just like this