There is one simple transgression that can rob us of our relationship, our happiness, our very identity.
So poorly understood, this act is nonetheless extremely common: an affair.
Sharing experiences together allows you to see that person, and even yourself, for what you truly are.
Then there's the part where you begin to expose your innermost thoughts, feelings and desires, perhaps as you never had before. How did I not see this happening, So quickly, So slowly, So certain, So tedious, So naturally, So irrationally.
But can we truly explain it — as ubiquitous as it is — as simply a product of individual shortcomings?
I want to introduce a new conversation about affairs: why they happen, what they mean, and what can be done once they are exposed.
How did you embed yourself So thoroughly into my mind?
And as the months and years pass by in the relationship, you may start to take each other for granted, or start to believe that excessive shows of affection in love is just corny.
Dating is a part of a relationship that is unique, diverting and pleasurable. In the beginning you feel a nervous excitement that can't be calmed.
As your relationship continues, dating serves as a captivating way to find out who a person really is.
This poem is about someone who sort of fades into your life and end up meaning the world to you. You are one of those people That so effortlessly slip Into my unsuspecting life.
You are one of those people That can go unnoticed at first, Later only to have me wonder; How?