Dennis Walker

Cheating - Poem by Dennis Walker

I ask for more I cry for more
Here banging on your front door
Through tear filled eyes it is hard to see
I am begging you o please forgive me
Such a fool what have I done
One night of passion one night of fun
My lust the thrill it took me there
I try to explain you do not care
I betrayed you I can see
Now I am here upon my knee
Will it ever be the same?
O it hurts I can’t stand this pain

I hear you banging on my front door
Just go away I cry I don’t want you any more
You let me down betrayed my trust
Then turn to me and say it was just lust
Are you a fool what have you done
You were my earth my moon my sun

I know I did wrong but it was not all me
You refused my little pleasures cant you see
This drove me into a lover’s arms
Who showed me lust who showed me charms
If you had done the requested deed
I would not have gone looking I would have had no need
Sat at your front door with tears in my eyes
I can see now how you drove me to lie

I can’t believe what you say
It was my fault in some sick perverted way
I would not do the disgusting things you asked
I could not bring my self to do that task
I will never forgive you that’s for sure
You tore open my hear for that there is no cure

That’s it I realize now I did no wrong
I stand up I am leaving I am strong
I loved you so much see what you drove me to
Shouting at your front door I am leaving you
I start to hear the door open as I walk away
No I am not listening to what you say

I can’t live with out you please don’t go
I am shouting this as I run to the door
The door I pull open I beg and I cry
I will do what you want I will try I will try

I had my fun I know it worked
I will take my pleasure now o what a jerk! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Comments about Cheating by Dennis Walker

  • (7/3/2007 5:58:00 PM)

    This poem is so funny, yet so real. Very nice. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 31, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 5, 2011

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