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The Christian I am not

I have been a Christian  for many years,
Hiding behind the mad poet has drenched me with tears
For I am a sinner the chief of them all
Writing poetry that has made me feel appalled

I have coveted, lied, hated and stole
Indulged in adultery with an innocent sole
I have broken my family, and now live in separate homes
While writing perversions of my conquests in poems 

The thing that worries me, is that I feel nothing at all
This is what scares Sidney. C  Hall
I see the ten commandments almost all broken
Save for killing  no words of remorse that are spoken

Am I destined to a life burning  in hell?
As part of the masses with speeches that make heads swell
Denying God and not seeking his Grace
Awaiting the day to say “I have no excuse,” to his face

Or believing a lie that there is no forgiveness
And just going along my ungodly business
Ladies and Gentleman my soul is in turmoil
Sin runs through my veins causing my blood to boil

I say to myself Sid you need to change,
Then the next minute something take me out of range
But I feel nothing, so how can this scare me
If I feel nothing , why is fear in hell, I see

Could this be God preparing my final years
I hope and pray soaked in tears


Copyright © Sidney Hall Mad Poet | Year Posted 2011


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Innocence

Whom the horse is looking for
Every day in the scarlet breeze
It comes and taps at the door
Have you forgotten your blue cheese

Is it the one I dream of
Accompanied by the charged shiver
Especially when I am burnt out
Like the lean exhausted river

The last time I saw it
In blue light it stood
The pink link it signalled me
I was in a restless wood

I tried to recall
Where had I seen it
The tempest and the thunder squall
Then the ocean of the mist

But how come I am morose
I have got nothing to do
With this equine inquiry
Then what for the blues overdose

But the residual pink remains
I have seen it somewhere
Beside the blue Euphrates?
My another mind inquired

A Freudian explained me
Your horse misses you
Your bosom friend of the boyhood
Longs for a hue or two

He reached me a magazine
Inside I came across the faces
Of lovely blonde and black women
In very skimpy dresses

I couldn't remove my eyes
Was in a reverie
What is it, the analyst asked
Is it the equine spree?

Was the horse now inside me?
Something I felt scary
Does Mathew still hold good
Was it the visual adultery?

From above 
Dropped a dew
Are you living still 
In the age of Mathew

Was it the horse
Yes, said he
Goading you
Into harmless  glee

And my thoughts 
Went astray
Last night in Paul's house
How charmingly in the sofa she lay

The tremor in the cup of tea
Now the horse again for the infidelity
I knew it for sure
It was the mental adultery

Now Mathew not alone
Beside him glared Mark
I was in a blind cone
This crimson sky how to shirk

Tush tush
Smiled the analyst
Without the child
You can't exist

You are living in the light speed life
It is the child that slows you down
Makes you smile amidst your strife
In the mirror you wear a crown



February 12,  2018

Loss of an Innocent Mind - Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Kai Michael Neumann


Copyright © Probir Gupta | Year Posted 2018


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EVE will remain with ADAM -Chris D A

A DINNER INVESTMENT (for Eve)

My husband Chris Adams loves to wine and dine my needs
In the most expensive places, one can eat.

Arriving in LIMO style
A humble waiter greets
After I viewed the menu I replied, 
"Hun I am ready to order."
A T-bone steak -- fully cook the meat.

At our table, walked a gorgeous snake-eyed women
She leaned over my husband's seat
Approaching Chris with a big wet kiss
I stomped on my husband's foot
I gave him  the look, of all looks
She slithered with her tongue in Adams ear 
She whispers 
 "Go to that hotel and relax, I need some cash"
With one stare I yelled, "Chris how dare you cheat!"
"I had enough, I want a divorce MR. ADAMS!"
I reach over to slap him,  
He replies, "She is my mistress Bath-Sheba my dear EVE!"
"I do not love her."
"I understand if you want a divorce!" Mr. Adams replied.
"But, remember, no more furs, luxury suite, 
 Winters in Barbados,
 Summers in Tuscany."
"Infinity or Lexus, and first class plane seats."
"Forget about the Yacht Club."
"Party by the swimming pool, that land a hundred feet."
"It is up to you my Kitty Skat Eve to give it all up."
"You decide if these diamonds you want to keep."

Without thinking of taking a leap.
I saw Mr. Adams business partner Cain with a Jezebel in his arms.
I ask my husband Chris in a small peep. 
"Do not tell me that Cain commits Adultery too?"
"Cain's blonde looks really cheap as if she works the street."
"Well, our mistress is prettier and looks real sweet."
"Honey, our mistress Bath-Sheba is worth the keep."
"Mr. Adams tonight you can call me Steve and not Eve,
 Whatever it takes to satisfy your needs plus my gold lust!"
**************************************

(The moral of the story is what some Eve's  
will do to keep their investment, I mean Adam's.) 
A joke and dedication to  Chris D. Aechtner 
For THE Eve in Eden* (Contest) *


Copyright © SKAT A | Year Posted 2010


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I dream

~ I DREAM a DREAM ~

I dream a dream so placid~~
**
A commitment that burns every morning brink
I feel the pain as I slip into my shoes of confident
Every day I wonder how much more can I take?
I want to fall right back to sleep, knowing I'm still in deep
Another day facing the sun, holding onto feelings overdone
I taste the acid, I feel the corrosive results
A reaction eating my heart away with fault
My expressions are dissolving as I carry a 100 pound bag of salt.


I dream a dream of addiction~~
**
By morning dawn I gain control of my world
Watch, as my eagle eye's hide under my new disguise
My withdrawals ride high into the sky
I'm under an ultimate dependent narcotic feel
My drugs of the low - self image sits under garbage waste
Reacting with chills, vengeance- my only pill
Acting on my addiction, I deprive my insecurities with restriction
Power in every hit, a strong substance I withhold every dope hour


I dream a dream of adultery~~
**
Every day the sun rises, I share a cup of coffee for three
Fighting the feeling that flows towards another man
My head is sweating, my emotions are distracting and upsetting
This river boat got wet, the day you introduced me to the Internet
In my subconscious mind you are here and then you disappear
My sexual desires I self-sabotage when you become him
My love that's the only way my body will let you in
A mess brought by your cheating days
Now the interest has gone away
Betrayed by you, neglecting me
Don't ever trust, or believe what you see.

by:)



Copyright © Poet Destroyer A | Year Posted 2011


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The Greatest Treasure

THE GREATEST TREASURE

All the world’s diamonds, silver, and gold,
All the world’s antiques, polished and old,
All the vast treasures of empires now past,
All these together at Jesus were cast.
He took one look at the pittance there placed,
Said, “That’s not enough man’s sin to erase.
You cannot buy even one soul with them,
I’ll give my blood on the cross for all men.
I’ll shed on the cross just all they will need
To from sin’s shackles forever be freed.”
Lying, adultery, stealing, and crime,
Violent treatment of all of mankind,
Drug abuse, drunkenness, passion, and lust,
Rebellion from anything moral or just,
Perversion of sex in an act not intended,
Minds so corrupted and lives that were bended—
These were the treasures He wanted that day,
Not gold or silver or all that array.
They were the souls of mankind bent for hell,
He wanted every one in sin now had fell.
Yes, one soul has value beyond all we know;
It caused the Savior to Calvary go.
Now His great victory o’er all of my sin
Becomes MY great value when I let Him in!
Why, then, does waste from my past not let go?
Why does the damage it did bother so?
It’s only because I allow it to be,
I must trust in Jesus to from it be free.
He paid all the debt I could never repay—
Lord, please place this great treasure in my life each day.




Copyright © Clarence Billheimer | Year Posted 2015


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Sexual Addictions Are Destroying Our Families

Sexual Addictions Are Destroying Our Families!
Many families are being destroyed by sexual addictions!
As they bring into their homes unneeded afflictions!

There are affairs of adultery of all different kinds…
As many allow sin’s pollution to destroy their mind!

Many have no comprehension or fail to see…
The filth of garbage being promoted on t.v.!

Rather than seeking God for his blood’s protection.
Husbands and wives look to others for affection.

God looks and sees the wounded and broken heart.
And before you know it, another family falls apart!

Too much of this is happening in churches today.
Will these families just come together and pray?

It’s time to come together as a family and be strong!
Let’s get rid of the things in our life that don’t belong!

Let’s seek the purity and holiness of God above.
And be strengthened by his majestic love!

Let’s seek God’s protection over our families too!
And speak kind words to another, like; “I LOVE YOU!”

May the love of Christ come and bind us as ONE!
And touch every father, mother, daughter and son!

Lord Jesus, we all need you so much!  This very hour!
We can’t make it alone!  Without your power!

Please Jesus, restore what the enemy has taken!
I’ve never seen your children left or forsaken!

You are the only one that our family has needed!
Only by your love, will our family be completed!

By Jim Pemberton   11/23/14


Copyright © Jim Pemberton | Year Posted 2014


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Choice Each Day



God given, Ten Commandments understood,
Divine plan in word, for man's guidance all.
Gods' rules of life, not options if you should,
commandments to prepare man for his call.

No other idols, gods, nor name in vain,
Steal not, adultery nor slander be.
To honor parents, Sabbath, dare not bane,
man shall not covet what he wants nor see.

Temptation, weakness mire man and his will,
ten simple rules most difficult it seems.
Greed and ambition man's heart to distill,
they hinder man's lives, interfere with dreams.

Ten commandments to abide or to stray,
a never, always, sometimes, choice each day.


Robert Gene Stoner Jr ©
2/15/16


Copyright © Robert Stoner Jr | Year Posted 2016


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CELL PHONE

CELL PHONE

My people are destroyed because of lack of knowledge and understanding

It is now easier to lie on cellphone
It is now easier to cheat on cellphone
It is now easier to steal through cellphone
It is now easier to insult on cellphone
What was met for good has brought more evil than good

How far you - are not far, you lied
Where are you-I am here, you lied
Who are you with-alone, you lied
When are you coming-today, you lied
What was met for good has brought more evil than good

Because of cell phone – SMS, divorce occur daily
Because of cell phone – a call, adultery occurs daily
Because of cell phone – what’s up, pornography occur daily
Because of cell phone – Bluetooth, the abominable occur daily
Because of cell phone – my son/daughter got a wrong soul tie
What was met for good has brought more evil than good

Who do you blame-the cell phone or your attitude
Who do you blame-the cell phone or your behavior
Who do you blame–the cell phone or your perception
Who do you blame-the cell phone or your lack of character
Who do your blame-the cell phone or your lack of principles?
What was met for good has brought more evil than good

It is not the circumstance that made you lie-it’s who you are
It is not the anger that made you react that way-it’s who you are
It is not the temptation that you sin – it’s who you are
It is not the phone that makes people cheat or lie, - it’s who they are
What was met for good has brought more evil than good

Circumstance, cell phone, money – it is not evil or bad,
And these cannot change you, or make you to lie, or cheat or kill
These things just reveal and enhance the real person inside you,
What was met for good has brought more evil than good



Copyright © Anthony Ngabwe | Year Posted 2015


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Wisps of wonder under a California moon

a well crafted necklace
surrounds your neck

	(long 
                      smooth 
                              inviting)

delivers  subtle accusations
of adultery…
 …cannot be faithful, 
only you alone must endure
these constant 
passing’s by of tempting selections;

		forced still
		head down
		layered 

like a deck of cards hopes for a queen,
curses the joker.

slowly  i pull back your fastened ribboning
the very fabric that hides
your forbidden fluid, ceremonial aroma
floats orchids across the breeze
plucked perfectly from your long stem

to pour all of you
fulfills	
	all of me...
		selfish me!

scent trembles
excites my senses
eyes seduced to closure,
your taste never alien…
	
no longer forcing away your temptation
firmly grasping
caressing your thin waist
exiling premature hesitation
lifting, 
tilting, 
our mouths become one
pouring every ounce passionately
a want that cause angels to turn,
afflicting the harvest moon to blush.

swishing you around my tongue
leaving a masque of satisfaction
	(clouds losing breathe)

exhaling slowly
looking into your eyes
pleasant is this longing

                 (smoke barrels, oak crates, blackberries)

passing one simple statement:

“I am thankful for bottles of Merlot”


Copyright © Jason Johnson | Year Posted 2009


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Crack Kills...God Heals

Crack kills. 
God heals, 
And destinies, 
He fulfills. 
The truth, 
He reveals. 

To get us, 
Satan uses lies, 
Theft, demolition, 
And tricks for us, 
To forever be, 
In demise. 

To save us, 
Jesus took licks, 
Was hung, He bled, 
And He died for us all, 
To have everlasting, 
And fruitful lives. 

If you want crack, 
To stop killing you. 
God got your back. 
He sent Jesus through, 
Forty-two generations, 
To save me and you. 

To free us from, 
Whatever addiction: 
Dope, lost hope, 
Fornication, adultery, 
Idolatry, homosexualism, 
Racism, or any other sin 
Not mentioned, that you, 
May fall victim to. 

God wants to, 
Use you. 
Satan wants to, 
Abuse you. 
Live the way 
God wants. 

Don't let Satan, 
Tease and taunt 
You into sin. 
Join God's team, 
And win. 

You can't fix, 
Yourself. Come 
As you are. 
Let God drive 
Your car down, 
Destiny drive, 
To the Avenue 
Of Being Forever, 
Alive. 

Crack kills. 
God heals, 
And destinies, 
He fulfills. 
The truth, 
He reveals. 

To get us, 
Satan uses lies, 
Theft, demolition, 
And tricks for us, 
To forever be, 
In demise. 

To save us, 
Jesus took licks, 
Was hung, He bled, 
And He died for us all, 
To have everlasting, 
And fruitful lives. 


Copyright © Nicole Sharon Brown | Year Posted 2010


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Adding Limerick: From reply to April 2 Jan Allison's Wee Man

But Jan, is this a Limerick trick? 
Your family, truly, has no Dick and no Rick ... 
I could have sworn 
Since I, too, had been born 
my family had to have had one Mr. Dick!

(c)Deo.I could not bring myself to declare it as clearly last week. Now Good Friday gives way to naughty Saturday ... have at it. Shalom.Smile: Jesus is not a prude, but He does have standards (No adultery, for one. Have limericks though)



Copyright © Anil Deo | Year Posted 2017


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The Role Model


Would that I could be a star
an athlete with great fame renown
to sink a ball into a hoop
or smack a ball with a wooden bat
and carry a ball across a field
where the measure of man
is contractual gain
even though I must play in the rain

a role model for the common youth
even though I am uncouth

I may shoot a man
abuse a woman
commit adultery when I can
I can box very well
and beat someone without a care
and if that doesn't work
I’ll bite off an ear
I must practice each day to make the win
and after the game, let the fun begin
excellent drugs, let freedom ring!
ah, would that I could be a star
an athlete with great fame renown
I just sign here and here’s my goal
all I do is sell my soul

© Ralph Sergi	


Copyright © Ralph Sergi | Year Posted 2014


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Lilith Invoking

Winds blowing thru the land. 
Creatures of the night lurking.

Beware as the spirits take flight.
Over there in the ruined churchyard.

There lies the cracked bell,  some say,
It can be heard on the nightly breeze.  

Suddenly, I hear the screeching night owls. 
She's going to take you thru the tunnel of night.

I could barely hear a voice whispering my way. 
Just out of the shadows, I see her gazing at me.

She comes from heaven, earth lives in the underworld.
As the sea ebbed and flowed in honor of its dark lord.

And you slip naked between her sheets of silk. 
Beware that you do not step and lose your way.

For the night is long, and the sea is deep indeed.
As I drive your sons and daughters into ecstasy.

I love how you forbid your sons and daughters.
To commit the sins that you, yourself committed.

I travel thru mirrors along with the owls of night.
I wed thru adultery, and conceive thru murder. 

Beware that you do not lose your way this day.
Or your pleasure with life will not last long.

And you can be sure I will be there, to welcome,
Those who come to me, into the night, eternal !!!  



3/ 13/ 2013    2AM     Lilith is Adams first wife


Copyright © Debbie Duncan | Year Posted 2013


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Flavors of Love

                          Love is like a Lollipop 
        you don't know what's inside until you taste it and describe

If it's Cherry,       you won't have to worry because he's always merry
                          and very imaginary
If it's Chocolate,   your ready for wedlock
                           because you've finally meet your Camelot
If it's Cinnamon,   he's hot and ready for a short stop
                           because for you he has forgot
If it's Grape,         put on your brakes he might be great
                           but he isn't straight
If it's Strawberry,  you've won the lottery you'll have his property
                           and he won't commit adultery
If it's peppermint, you'll have a saint his charm will make you faint
                           and you'll never have complaints
If it's Caramel,      you'll have a professional who's always rational
                           and very inspirational
If it's Licorice,       you'll have a plagiarist who's always gibberish
                           and thank he's a theorist
If it's Sour,           ladies beware he's always in despair
                           and will always need repairs
                So don't be shy have a taste and give it a try
                you might be pleasantly Surprised!
3/7/2015
                                          1st Place


Copyright © TAMMY REAMS | Year Posted 2015


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Insincere Apologies

I apologize profusely that you broke my heart

And I apologize profusely, you decided we should part.

You refused to take the blame

For playing the adultery game

So it must have been my fault that you took up with that tart.




for the humorous side of Barbara Gorelick's "Apology Accepted" contest


Copyright © Francine Roberts | Year Posted 2010


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Deadly Deception

"Deadly Deception" hearts hurting; hanging on mantle in pieces of shattered romance wandering eyes; tempted by "greener grass" my lonely nights fathom in a phantom dance. in Life and in Love; each moment a choice with stars in my eyes, I still hear your false voice. words cut so deep like a jagged knife "I just fell out of love with you" though I'll keep you in my memories our love was a lie and untrue. absorbing verbal bruises adultery always accuses. emotions surge raw as I empty my pain "second chances" were never my nitche' meet a woman who wants to move on with her life others label me as a stone *itch. you were the deceiver who fooled this believer. my philosophy is simple to understand yet larger than "forgive and forget" if you don't know what you have when you have it you will live your whole life with regret. love is a gift from God the Creator so I will forgive you cause I'm a lover ... not a hater. *For Delilah's Adultery..forgive or not frgive..


Copyright © Linda-Marie SweetHeart | Year Posted 2012


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Let Him Without Sin Cast The First Stone

~~Let Him Without Sin Cast The First Stone~~ Back in the days when Jesus was said to have walked There are lessons in life about which are still now talked In kings it says “If they sin against thee (for there is none that sinneth not)” It may help us to recall these words that we may have forgot. In Psalms it points out that in sin our mother did conceive us The genes and traits of mothers really do never leave us. In Romans it points that the wages of sin is death and strife But the gift through Christ and forgiveness is the gift of eternal life. But John is the one to bring to mind I think When the scribes and Pharisees set out to cause a stink. An adulteress female they bought to the Christ in the morn Caught in the act of adultery, they had all sworn. To trick Christ by his answer but he was too clever: (Not the man they did not take it seems men are to blame never) He wrote in the soil then turned to them and said "He that is without sin let him cast the first stone at her (to render her dead)." None of the accusers could their conscience find clear They left the woman with Jesus and this is what she did hear "Where are your accusers now is there none to condemn you?" He knew he had pricked their conscience-and his words were true. “No lord they have gone even though they did call me a whore” “Then I do not condemn thee, go forth and sin no more.” We all suffer the sin of imperfection, of that there is no doubt But it is up to each of us to ask for forgiveness, not for others to flout. But as it says in Mathew let us not judge lest we be judged We may not be as perfect as we let on, our own image smudged. We all fall short of perfection in this human life Let’s look to the rafter in our own eye and try not to cause strife.
A lot of poetic license is used here but the essence is here and the scriptures used are: Kings 8:46 Psalms 51:5 Romans 6:23 John 8:3 Math 7


Copyright © Mandy Tams The Golden Girl | Year Posted 2012


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The 2 Commandments

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength. 

You shall love your neighbor as yourself

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength for You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength.

Remember the sabbath day to keep it holy. 

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength and You shall love your neighbor as yourself. 

Honor your father and mother.

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength for You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

You shall love your neighbor as yourself for You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength. 

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength and Remember the sabbath day to keep it holy. 

You shall do no murder. 

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength for You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength and You shall love your neighbor as yourself. 

You shall not commit adultery.

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength and Honor your father and mother.

You shall love your neighbor as yourself and Remember the sabbath day to keep it holy. 

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your mind and all your strength and You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your mind and all your soul and all your strength for You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

You shall not steal.

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength and You shall love your neighbor as yourself for You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength.

You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor. 

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength for You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength and Remember the sabbath day to keep it holy.

You shall love your neighbor as yourself and Honor your father and mother.

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength and You shall do no murder. 

You shall not covet. 



Copyright © Paul Geiger | Year Posted 2014


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The Keeper Of Secrets

I am the Keeper of Secrets
I have heard all men's tales
Of murder, adultery
And other betrayals

Their stories come to me
Through back doors at night
Their compromised souls
Caught in desperate plight

I'm the Keeper of Secrets
You never would know
I make no judgments
No cursings of woe

I hear both sides of stories
Only one thing is sure 
That both sides are liars
No one speaks the truth.


Copyright © D. C. Jordan | Year Posted 2016


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What Does Marriage Mean to YOU

What Does Marriage Mean to YOU?

What all hear various definitions
 of what marriage means.
Not realizing the consequences
 this often brings!

There’s often a lack of commitment and faithfulness.
Many still looking for a true source of happiness!

This institution, that God set up as a husband and wife.
Needs to have his spirit,
 to guide our life!

It’s no wonder why, there’s many falling apart!
It’s causing heartache and many broken hearts!

No court in the land can wash away sin’s dark stain.
When adultery happens, things aren’t the same!

May we all seek to ask God
 to strengthen our home!
He’s there to help us!
 When we feel all alone!

We need the blood of Jesus to daily cleanse us!
He wants to do this!  Because he loves us!

Jesus remains committed, faithful and strong!
His word will teach us what’s right and wrong!

May we seek HIS guidance and council!
You’ll find, that he is always most helpful!

Please Jesus… Heal the broken families
 across this nation!
For only you can provide
 a much needed foundation!

By Jim Pemberton  


Copyright © Jim Pemberton | Year Posted 2013


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Two-Timers


Simultaneous the sting,
Those who two-time on the wing.
Each at fault began the fling.
Subterfuge, a complex thing.

Schedules smeared and rearranged.
Missing gaps in time explained.
Lies to memorize, maintain.
Learn the lying details game.

Shelf life of adultery
Locked away for none to see.
Those who trusted while deceived,
Hold, and rightly so, the key.



Gene Bourne.
06-26-14





Copyright © Gene Bourne | Year Posted 2014


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Dieting

Dieting

sure enough
lost five pounds the first week
no money back
no money back the next 51 either
dr.slim getting rich

cold turkey
the only way to go on a diet
yes    says dr. slim
but put it between two slices of bread
and you’re screwed

the world
is full of starving people
so says t.v.
it’s terrible says marge
stuffing down her 4th taco

Lost

last night playing poker
i lost everything
my mortgage    my car
and yes    you bitch
your alimony check too

lost childhood
mother hubbard
boy blue
the entire familiar crew
and adultery doesn’t help the now

Dave Austin




Copyright © daver austin | Year Posted 2015


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Cheating Hearts

Feeling like we are growing apart, broken trust is the process how it starts.
Adulteration I suddenly became, a substance that tends to contaminate.
I lessen in the value of your love, from me being unfaithful committing adultery.
You start to deprecate expressing the hate, your disapproval begins to belittle.
Me saying sorry holds no weight.
Abomination arousing your feelings of disgust leaves my head hung.
 Pulling triggers on a gun, decapitation from hurting your feelings.
I pray for forgiveness, I start to feel demented.
Love turns to mental illness; I diminish.
Do not walk away, please just listen when I told you I love you, I meant it.
If you can have mercy on me it will be a blessing. 
A disposition to forgive, I promise to never do it again.
I cannot lose you; you are my collagen the protein that feeds my bones.
If you could love me once, we shall overcome.
If you can look me in my eyes and tell me your love for me has died, I will regretfully stand a side.
My cheating heart slowly withers apart.
Love that was once pure and true has now became nonexistence, since the moment I betrayed you.
You started your modifications as your emotions start the process of changing.
I watch you turn into a mutant because of my cheating.
I know there is nothing I can say to comfort you.
Your heart is hurting just as much as mines do.
As I watch your heart tear apart, both of our heart beats stop.
Devitalize as we weaken the consistency of our relations.
 We both became a cheating heart descended inheriting emotional characteristics.
Our hearts dying slowly, while pretending to be living simply coexisting.


Copyright © twanna Irisha | Year Posted 2013


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The Darkest hour-H

He never treated her as a subordinate eve She was only privileged to get pleasure And never got the pain of childbirth from him It was he who ate the forbidden fruit of Eden Shamelessly committed adultery in old age. But now that she has left him for a reason He’s a man of passed-out desires and dreams Looking at beautiful women do infatuate him *PEA - “the molecule of Love” floods his brain Wine, liquor, movies are in the top priorities, Mind filled with lot of aphrodisiacs, vitamin, Viagra, zinc, carrots, oysters, garlic and onion. Exploding coffee machines makes him mad Gets annoyed when neighbor’s dog barks Thumping sound of making love irritates him. At this hour many things provoke his desire Though blessed with desire, no performance.
+++++++ November 15, 2010 Form: Free Verse Hon. Mention +++++++ This is fictional write. *PEA or phenethylamine is an alkaloid and a mono amine **Molecule of Love Compound Found in Chocolate, Phenylethylamine Demonstrates Positive Effects on Mood, Depression, ADHD, Runners’ High, and Love & Monogamy


Copyright © Dr.Ram Mehta | Year Posted 2010


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THE BRIDAL SOJURN

                         THE BRIDAL SOJOURN
Like an American spy I have always been looking around 
Wandering around the downtown
Not because of my lost goat 
Nor because of my missing boat
But obviously I am the to-be groom
Who has been left in the gloom
I have built a house with big rooms 
This has been a lone boon 
That I got from my age-long boom
As a to-be groom
I have searched all the pages in the books
And checked all cranny and nooks
In search of the damsel 
That would make my relatives dance well
Though I have not been assured
That her love would get me insured
Against adultery and lusty effrontery 
But I believe in fluke
That is why I won’t give up to a crook
And rather challenge her with a hook
I saw this template on Google 
And this really makes me giggle
Father didn’t stop to niggle
But I let them realize I’m nimble
To find my ravishing bride 
That has a picturesque dimple
That is devoid of pimple
And make me forget that I was single
Even if I can still mingle 
With ladies that are ostensible 
I know her thinking is plausible
And her reasons are tangible
To let them realize we are compatible
Because our union is defensible
JIMOH HAMMED OLAOLUWA 



Copyright © JIMOH HAMMED | Year Posted 2014