Trysts And Cysts
Adults have sex. What a childish saying.
Sex. An "adult" act, something a child could figure out but shouldn't.
Adults think like children, but not about their children.
If Parent A did, A wouldn't have slept with A's coworker, C. A didn't know about C's secret, about C's STD.
B spent the nights playing games and watching TV with Child D. Both waited for A to come home. When A arrived, A was usually too tired to spend time with D. After a while, D stopped waiting up for A.
A and B had not been physical with each other for a long time because A was usually too tired. However, B got lucky once when A got overly inebriated on their anniversary.
One month later, B noticed several cysts. A wouldn't notice B's problem because A only paid attention to C's privates.
B kept B's doctor's appointments secret, as A kept A's trysts secret. B then became diagnosed with the same STD C had.
A asked B why B was crying that night. B, confused about B's affliction, asked A if A had other letters in A's life. Then, A started crying, louder than B.
D woke up and asked what happened.
A said, "everything will be OK."
B said, "D, I love you more than anything."
D said, "If everything is OK, stop crying. You're not children."
D was right and wrong. Sex is for adults. Cheating is for children.
23 June 2013