POETRY CORNER – The Mistress by Dark Sage

The Mistress

Late Nights, Early Mornings

We spent them together

And the mistress would always say

“Baby, Don’t go away”

Every touch felt like explosions

Of raw emotions uncouth

And then the mistress would kiss

And delve into sweet lips

As like untrained assassins,

Guilt was always at bay

And the mistress would talk

And both minds would take a walk

The betrayal, O so sweet

The love, also, deep

And wherever the mistress would roam

Both hearts always felt at home

Like two hearts sewn together

We dwelled in ardor and symbiosis

But one, a mistress

The other, in distress

For a heart had been given to another

And the thread tore at the seams

The mistress hoped for a solution

To avoid this precious pure love’s elusion

Now feelings were deep but unsure

And our minds betrayed us

Because the mistress chose to stop it

So our love would now have respite

With these unsure minds

And these complicated situations

The mistress hoped on destiny and fate

And to fight and fall, for this love’s bait

So now, it is curtain call

Who knew how long the hiatus would be?

And then… it didn’t take long to know

That the mistress was me…

Dark Sage.


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