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Adultress Poems

Adultress Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of adultress poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for adultress.

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Picture This Half Of The Sky
Picture This Half Of The Sky

A terrified woman in India
Burned beyond recognition
Her husband enraged
... She could not beg.

An outcast girl in Iran
Beaten, shamed, then stoned
the adultress lie
... She could not convince.

A woman and her children in Juarez
Working for mean, meager...Read More
Categories: adultress, appreciation, courage,
Form: Political Verse
Never mind
Never mind


He’s a cool cat, as a matter of fact
And there ain’t no doubting how you feel about that.
Whilst I am just a pig wallowing in the mud
And I will never be good enough.


She is an ice Queen;
She ain’t no...Read More
Categories: adultress, break up, heart, love, lust, memory,
Form: Bio
scarlet woman
She is the scarlet woman
Accused and tried
Made to wear shame as a veil
To be prejudiced by the society
Somehow I wonder if soceity is wrong
She is a whore, an adultress 
A witch who deserves no pity 
At least that what mother...Read More
Categories: adultress, death, friendship, truth, prejudice,
Form: Free verse
Metaphysical Adultress
She wades in anoxic swamps
She feels with her heart
Her mind never still
Her soul torn apart

She craves understanding
She craves conversation
Her thirst for the dark things
Precedes her reputation

She is never sated
She is never stilled
The void in her heart
Crying out to be filled...Read More
Categories: adultress, introspection
Form: I do not know?
The Adultress
Silken, lying in his arms,
Within fair summer’s balmy clutch,
When all life’s trials seem too much,
She revels in his gentle touch.

And all the men of all the farms 
Will drool over my lady fair, 
Dressed in crimson, shoulders bare,
Who seems to...Read More
Categories: adultress, love
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member MORAL DILEMMA
A
tad too
close to home-
to throw the first
stone.

Ekhrasis after Christ and the Adultress by Rembrandt...Read More
Categories: adultress, art, philosophy,
Form: Lanterne