Posts Tagged ‘infidelity’

The facts of life

July 10, 2018

“When one’s bored in one’s marriage, one cheats,”
Said her mother. “Some petty deceits
Are entailed, of course,
Lest it end in divorce.
And for God’s sake, do change the damn sheets!”

The jealous wife

April 4, 2018

There she was, wearin’ nary a stitch,
With my husband, the slutty damn bitch!
I said, aimin’ my gun,
“Dirty cunt! Havin’ fun?”
She said “Shoot me. Just scratchin’ an itch.”

Welcome doormat

February 22, 2017

He went back to her, cheated and lied,
And was welcomed with legs open wide.
Just a slut, to be lenient,
Bloody convenient
Though, for a bit on the side!



Father knows best

January 30, 2017

“Well, my son, she’s a beautiful bride,”
Said his dad, “but still, cast your net wide.
She’s a good fuck, I know;
Keep your eyes open, though,
For the chance of a bit on the side!”



Best man

November 15, 2016

On the honeymoon, as she undressed,
The young bride, feeling guilty, confessed
That she’d fucked the best man,
Once, by chance, not by plan,
And the groom might come off second best!



Something fishy

November 26, 2015

So, the way that the cops heard him tell it, he
Swore he could, somehow, just smell it; he
Knew her own scent
But that cummy smell meant
He should worry about her fidelity!

Old flames

December 23, 2012

They’d been lovers, some years ago;
When they kissed, time contracted, as though
They still were, he confessed.
“Yes”, she said, “but the rest
Is a pleasure we ought to forego.”

“So, you married him then, I suppose.”
“Yes, kids too, and I know that it shows.”
“You’re more beautiful still!”
She blushed, feeling the thrill;
“What exactly, sir, do you propose?”

“Neither your place nor mine. A hotel?
“Monday lunchtime”, she said. “Bloody hell!
“Tuesday too! Wednesday! Now!
Is there somewhere? Somehow?
On the floor would suit perfectly well!”

The tempest

December 17, 2012

They’d been friends since way back, God knows when.
He’d been married; she’d had other men.
Their affair was tempestuous,
Rather incestuous;
God, though, they’d do it again!

Those whom God hath joined together

June 20, 2012

She’d split many a marriage asunder,
Which was, of course, small cause for wonder;
Well, not to those matrons,
Whose husbands were patrons,
Whose bellies she’d damply been under!


June 9, 2012

Though she sobbed, and her bare bosom heaved,
Swore she loved him, he wasn’t deceived,
And, at last, she confessed
That the child at her breast
Was not his, but alas, preconceived.