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Two Sides of a Lady
by Ashley Taylor Drye
Thursday, February 26, 2004
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At night she sleeps
next to a wedded man
whose wife sleeps
alone at home.
The woman feels
no remorse in her joy.
She fills his every
desire and need.
He lays her in
their bed of sin
and continues to
bring her to ecstasy.
The bed creaks
with the weight
of their bodies.
The moans are almost
unbearable to hear.
His children
are asleep at his
house, crying for
their father. His
energy is now placed
in this woman.
In the day, he goes
to work and ironically
she goes to church.
She kneels at the pew,
and has a smile on
her face, fantasizing
about the night before.
In the corner
of her favorite church,
she begins to touch
herself slowly, and
rises to rapture.
"Amen", she says
and gets up to hug
her friends around
her. Shaking hands
with the preacher,
and leaves as the
sun begins to fade.

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