Tag: assumptions

By line

By-line.
She meets him on-line
She is feeling feckless

life devoid of excitement

her need making her reckless

On- line he gives her incitement
He wants her to send a picture

In a pose that is very seductive

she fights her moral stricture

thinking such ideas destructive
She wants to look and feel glamorous

she thinks a glimpse of stocking

he  is encouraging  and amorous

but of the stocking he is mocking
He gives her attention to capture

her need to be romantic

she is thinking bliss and rapture

he demands nudity; she feels frantic
She wants fun and flirtation

nudity feels  too shocking

too much to lose, a whole reputation

weeping hard, his chat she’s blocking
Met on-line

Erased his by-line.
I was challenged to use double rhyme words at the end of lines. Heres my first attempt. 

I got carried away

I got carried away by our interaction
I know it was a source of mutual attraction
I got carried away by your seeming caring
Those whispered words and the texts endearing
I imagined we shared something special at times
I am sure we did, but we were fleetingly aligned
You had the others
Then there were your brothers
Our time together intense
In this universe immense
I realised that I had got carried away
The day you forgot my words of yesterday
As one of the crowd I am just a fleeting fling
I will never be around when cupid releases the arrow from the sling
It pains me to release these silken chords
But our relationship will not win any awards
I got carried away and am getting hurt
I am setting us free, my love to divert.

Assumptions in relationships. Snippet 2

The knowledge shared, about the each other , by partners is one of the most wonderful aspects of a close, long-term relationship. It is an issue , though, when we begin to think we know everything about our partner. We make assumptions about what they are thinking  and fail to see the progressive changes, as they, like us continually grow and develop. We then interact on a faulty premise which can harm the the long term viability of the relationship.