Bri Edwards


I Beg Her For Forgiveness..... [Personal; SHORT; marriage; humor? ]


I beg her for forgiveness, for what I did (when she wasn’t lookin’) .
I beg her for forgiveness, or I won’t get, tonight, home cookin’.

I beg her for forgiveness, though my wrongs are ONLY.. in her mind.
I beg her for forgiveness, ... or another home I’ll have to find.

(August 2013)

Submitted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Edited: Thursday, November 21, 2013

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there's something about marriage that gives me topics like this to write about. :) : (

UPDATE: gee! i just got a comment on this which sounds as though i've been misinterpreted (my poem has i mean) .: (let me make this clear! ! ! i have not indulged in 'infidelity'! though it IS tempting. ha ha :)

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