I Sit Alone

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If i kiss her, I am not a gentleman..
If i don’t, I am not a man..
If i praise her, she thinks I am lying..
If i don’t, I am good for nothing…
If I agree to all her likes, I am a crimp..
If I don’t, I am not understanding …
If I visit her often, she thinks I am boring…
If I don’t, she accuses me of double crossing…
If I am well dressed, she say says I am a playboy…
If I don’t, am I dull boy…
If I am jealous, she says it is bad…
If I don’t, she thinks I don’t love her…
If I attempt a romance, she says I didn’t respect her..
If I don’t, she thinks I don’t like her…
If i am a minute late, she complains it’s hard to wait..
If she is late, she says that the girl’s way..
If I fail to help her crossing the street, I lack ethics…
If I do, she thinks it just one of men’s tactics of seduction…
If I stare at another woman, she accuses me of flirting…
If she is stared by another men, she says that they are just admiring..
If I talk she wants me to listen…if I listen she wants me to talk…
So simple, yet so complex….so weak, yet so powerful..
So confusing, yet so desirable.so damning, yet so wonderful…...

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