Posts Tagged ‘seduced and abandoned’

Getting over it

August 1, 2018

She’d been rooted and then cast aside;
The damn fellow, she thought, had a hide!
But no harm done at all,
And his cock was quite small,
If the ones she’s had since are a guide.


July 16, 2018

The poor girl, the next morn, to awaken,
Bruised, sullied, and sadly forsaken!
She’d done it for love,
But, gosh! Heavens above!
It would seem she was rather mistaken!

The balance of trade

May 22, 2018

Once seduced and abandoned, betrayed,
She soon turned to the world’s oldest trade.
She did rather well, though,
Dressed up nice… even so,
It was all a pathetic charade!

Pregnant pause

February 27, 2017

Oh so sweet did his fervid kiss taste,
But her trust, oh so sadly, misplaced!
Seduced, ravished, defiled,
Now alone and with child,
Disappointed, disowned and disgraced!



Looking on the bright side

September 19, 2016

Though seduced and abandoned, deceived,
In a way, she was sort of relieved;
Cherry out of the way,
And the fuck was okay.
Still she was just a little bit peeved.



The eternal question

November 13, 2013

Her fond hope had, as things had been headed,
Been, soon, to have been safely wedded;
The church, the gold ring!
Would he do the right thing,
Or abandon her, now she’d been bedded?

Ulterior motif

October 16, 2013

While she warbles, her singing instructor
Plans ways to seduce or abduct her,
(Her breasts, as she sings,
Turn his mind to such things),
And then cast her aside, when he’s fucked her.

A woman of independent means

August 14, 2013

Though seduced and abandoned, betrayed,
She refused to become an old maid;
So, despite her bad luck
Since she still liked to fuck,
She fucked five nights a week, but got paid!”

Silver lining

July 19, 2013

It turned out as her mother foretold;
Seduced, rooted and left in the cold.
There’d been nice presents though,
And the sex was good, so,
Although miffed, she was somewhat consoled.

A cautionary tale

June 25, 2013

The poor girl was left pale and wan;
Gave her all and, a bit later on,
Woke up, cold and alone.
She’d not have, had she known
He, the cad, would have just come and gone!