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welshrebel GMR

(28/09/62 / Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom of Great Britain)

Just Lust


He must have thought it was just luck,
To him, it was just another f-k,
He took advantage of another mans Wife,
It will remain with me for the rest of my life.

The look on his face as his orgasm nears,
Behind that pleasured look he sneers,
His moans of desire & gasps of pleasure,
Will haunt my memory forever & ever.

To him just another notch, another victory within,
When it was over his face didn't hide the grin,
Not an ounce of guilt or shame did he feel,
But my mind plays it through, reel to reel.

It’s over with her now, but to him it’s a game,
It’s a game that he plays, a game with no shame,
He moves on to the next victim, to satisfy his lust,
But for me it’s a life……a life with no trust....

Submitted: Monday, August 31, 2009
Edited: Monday, August 31, 2009

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