A Momentary lapse in Reason

An old truck,
Two old souls,
A shared moment,
On an old dusty road.

A cold night,
Deep in contrast,
With the two warm bodies,
Forging what shouldn't be cast.

A tight hug,
That lasted too long,
Leads to a moment,
That's much too strong.

A kiss,
Too sweet,
How can it be so wrong?
And yet once more we meet.

A friend,
Whom never was more,
Yet after that moment,
She's been quite a bore.

Is it regret?
For the rules that we broke?
Or perhaps that it happened at all?

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