Paul Marshall

Rookie (07/04/1973 / Boise, ID)

Forbidden Passion - Poem by Paul Marshall

The passion that was felt
It did cause the wall to melt
A small respite from the pain

This desire that was forbidden
Should have been hidden
But I did not think with my brain

Serenity was discovered
A Friendship uncovered
This is why I could not refrain

What is more sad
And could make the wife quite mad
Is that I would do it all over again

For without that forbidden kiss
She would have ignorant bliss
Thinking our marriage was without strain

Our lives would have been wrecked
If this strain went unchecked
And ten years would go down the drain

Now she and I are on the mend
Happiness is just around the bend
And together we are riding the love train

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 16, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 15, 2011

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