The Forbidden Fruit
You think one day you'll find the one,
With whom you'll feel so complete.
Someone who'll keep you safe,
Build a life so sure and concrete.
Few do come along the way,
And you'll try to make the ends meet.
Some may be poles apart or miles away,
Some you'll meet just across the street.
You'll welcome them with open arms,
Embrace them and with a kiss, you shall greet.
You'll think they're all so nice and warm,
That you will just eat, drink, dance, and repeat.
Just when you think you've found the one,
You'll once again be in for a trick-or-treat.
Surprised to see the reality unfold,
Your trust will be broken with drama and deceit.
You'll cry your eyes out all night long,
Endless fights will turn up the heat.
Your rolling tears will tear you down,
And once again, life will take a back seat.
You'll lose your mind and entire being,
Thinking why do people always cheat.
But this story will never change,
'Cos the forbidden fruit will always taste sweet.