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I just told a lie
Through a gasp of disgust
While I really enjoyed
A depiction of lust

You walked in on me
So I covered my tracks
With the reaction that
You would expect me to have

The stem of sincerity
Is wilting before me
Within the bouquet
Of the way things should be

And I'm wondering why
I'm loving the lie
While I also am praying
"Truth, set me free"

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Anonymous said...

This poem certainly struck a chord with me. It reminded me of the time I was caught masturbating by my brother...and, more importantly, the duality of feelings I struggle with on a daily basis. Thank you for capturing my experience in words. said...

Thanks for your encouragement Anonymous. It's always wonderful to hear one of my poems struck a chord with someone. That's a major reason for writing, in the first place.

Give any guilt, anxiety, or fear to Jesus Christ, the Son of God. He paid the price for you and for me. In fact I received encouragement and healing from the Holy Spirit and from friends old and new at a PROMISE KEEPERS CANADA rally, in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, this weekend. Praise God. Jesus died and rose again, to show us God's undying love for us.

Anonymous said...

Amen to that, Tad! I did and I do give any guilt, anxiety, or fear to Him. And we do live and learn - I no longer think masturbation is bad but am sure to always lock the door now.

I'm glad to hear you benefitted from the ministry this weekend. Look forward to reading your poem about that. :-)