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Crime Of Passion
by Felix LeRoy Perry

Friday, April 14, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Just a fun one...

Crime Of Passion

 

We walked on the tracks where the trains used to run

Felt spring in the night air with the lowering of the sun

She took my hand sweetly and smiled like an angel above

I wondered, how I wondered, could this be a new love

 

Oranges, reds and the purples lit up the West skies

Couldnít compete with the bright blue of your eyes

With your head on my shoulder looking over the view

I wondered, how I wondered, just what should I do

 

We paused for a moment, to sit and watch the last scene

As day turned to night I was as happy as Iíve ever been

She turned to me shyly, and I turned to her too

Our lips locked into passion,  I wondered, I wondered if we'd get to screw

 

It was there by the railway tracks she first made love to me

On a blanket of new grass we both screamed out our glee

The cop on his beat though didnít take it too kind

I wondered, I wondered, as he rapped me  right sharp cross me behind

 

As I scrambled to my feet he said itís crime at itís best

Itís called indecent exposure and youíre both under arrest

Though I protested wildly my girl bashfully smiled not in jest

She wondered, she wondered about a jail cell  love nest.

 

 
 

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Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/15/2006
I note that he waited until AFTER the event to steal up upon you and your love and apprehend you... fiction, I know, but adds to the "sour grapes" message we normally associate with the long arm of the law. So glad she had it on her mind to wait and to attend to her jail bird!! :)) Happy Easter, precious Pops xxxx
Reviewed by A PAX 4/15/2006
very good lol
Reviewed by jude forese 4/14/2006
nice story line, Felix ... good thing he didn't rape you right sharp across your behind ;)
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 4/14/2006
You bad boy Fslix but so many of those memories are fun shares. It gives us reflections into our own adolescent days. I enjoyed this very much.
Susan
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/14/2006
Felix,

My love, you've penned a hit! Wonderfully penned, metered rhyme, the perfect song. :)

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

Have a blessed Easter!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/14/2006
Awwwwwww....ain't love sweet....lol.....bittersweet!!

Love Tinka :)
Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 4/14/2006
This is adorable! Love it,
Birgit and Roger
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 4/14/2006
Cute. Well written. I had imagined, at one point near the end that the girl might be the cops daughter.



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