John Ackerman


Like A Bird In A Snare - Poem by John Ackerman

she whispered in his ear
Torn
hands, eyes & heart
at first he plunged into her like an ox

caught up in the charm of the moment
in a blink of an eye it was over
under the covers
she treasured a red rose that was plucked a time before

the twilight sun has tainted her inner vision
felt a funeral in the brain let me explain
two lovers embarked on a cosmic scene
living in a land that is so very mean

a moment of pleasure now with a lifetime of regret
for I'm so very sorry that we had met
as a cold clap in the dark
she lit the spark to what I needed to know

faint hearted creatures in a double feature
the logical choice would have been to abstain
something's not quite right in the brain
just not having her in my arms now is driving me insane

Topic(s) of this poem: adultery

Form: Free Verse


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 22, 2017



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