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Wishing for another mans wife

Wishing for another mans wife
By Stephen on 11/24/2011
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Her smiles cuts into my soul like a surgical doctor,
So sharp is her personality that it consumes me like a great white shark.
Incisively her womanly independency makes me timidly waiting for her to be my own, but instead she sits closely to another beside his thrown.
My heart is skipping with a rope while grimacing with frowns, because
Her pureness is whiter than snow flakes and Im trapped in her blizzard of
Captivation which weather my soul abruptly ill.

Odawn please redeem me with a gift, perhaps
A dance under the nights gloom with his sparkling children shining on
Me as her groom, where families shakes hands and man and woman
Dances with champagne in hands, food is cook with a scent that as you hook, cake is iced waiting to be sliced,
Smiles and laughter makes woman and children tumbles over, a drunken man looks for his cap when it sits in his lap;
It was a dream, why cant things be as it seems?

Im wishful for their break up; I hope Im not deem as bad
But wouldnt you yearn for their demise, if the one you cherish was someone elses wife?
To another I wish for his wife
Because only that of her emotions cuts me deeper than a knife.

By Stephen On 11/24/2011 12:12:57 PM
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