The Romance Game Played and Lost: A Collection of Poems

February 1, 2018|
The Romance Game Played and Lost: A Collection of Poems
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The Romance Game: Played And Lost is an adult-themed collection of poems. In an age of social networks and relationship websites, love can happen across vast distances. One never knows who one meets and falls for. The Romance Game: Played And Lost deals with one such relationship. In the beginning (Hiding Beauty and Trophy Girl) the attraction is mutual, and the pursuit relentless (Flowers for the Lady and Conquest In The Midwest). Next come the excitement and euphoria of new love (Youre I My Head), followed by the excesses of limitless gratification (O, Gena Porny, How I Know You). Eventually, as the two individuals discovered the limits of their ability to meet each others non-sexual needs (limited by his religiosity) things begin to fall apart; and when the end becomes apparent (Love, In Desperation) she decides to take what she could (Nightmare). All this stated in rhyme, and with rhythm. The Romance Game: Played And Lost is an entertaining yet moving anthology of the pains and gains of romance. The collection of poems fascinatingly captures the many emotions (from a male perspective) of falling in and out of love. From the empathetic A Helping Hand, to the harsh Nightmare, the collection covers the full range of emotions possible in a tumultuous affair. In an age of social networks and relationship websites, love can happen across vast distances. One never knows who one meets and falls for. The collection of poems in The Romance Game: Played And Lost tells the story one such relationship. Beginning with mutual attraction, the story progresses thru the pursuit, to the excitement and euphoria of new love, to the excesses of limitless gratification, only to end in heart break. All this told in rhyme, and with rhythm.

Title:The Romance Game Played and Lost: A Collection of PoemsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 1, 2018Publisher:Xlibris USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1456821776

ISBN - 13:9781456821777

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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