The Other Woman

The Other Woman

A Poem by Kate

About those women out there that steal away your man.

She knows that he is taken,
But still, she doesn't care.
What started as acquaintance
Is now a full blown affair.

She loves the fact that he is skilled
With his mouth and with his hands
He always gives her what she wants,
and whatever she demands.

What started out as flirting
Led to a lot of sin.
But touching one another
Makes their heads begin to spin.

She is the other woman,
She knows that for sure.
Enticing him was easy,
She used her body as a lure.

She is what society would call
A home-wrecker, or a tramp.
She's a seductress and a temptress,
A femme fatale, a naughty vamp.

She is who he comes to
When lust is what he craves.
They have shared so much raw passion
That his marriage is depraved.

She barely recognizes
That she is doing wrong.
For she has seduced so many men
She's done it for so long.

So women, hold onto your man.
A vixen's very sly.
She'll easily attract him
And steal away your guy.

© 2009 Kate

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I'd say very nice and succinct, but you expounded upon and detailed a fairly dark subject quite majestically. I wonder what one calls the male equivalent? I think I have a few choice words, but vixen isn't one of them. : )

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