I think you read the poem a bit more sinister than it is. That said, the wolf bit makes it a bit predatory, and I suppose I wonder if being with a person even if you don't feel that they are the "one" or even someone that you plan to be with with, then is that deceitful? But then it's nice sharing yourself with someone, have someone to share a bed with.
I guess it's me shutting down that "maybe the grass is greener on the other side" and learning to enjoy what I have for now, even if it is just for now.
Our relationships allow us to be civilised and beastly in the same breath. They won't otherwise accept or tolerate it from others, and neither will we! Strange but true. Your oink poem has tapped onto a deep human truth!
Yep, I got the Osteen reference- and I think it's great that you found a way to work that bit of contemporary culture into a poem. In a way you're asking your reader to examine society and expectations in the way Dickens did in his time- not that you write as he did, but he did aim to expose certain things about society which seems to be your aim to an extent.
All this prosperity teaching really produces self-centered, greedy believers -people who start to think its a person's own fault if they aren't successful or wealthy or healthy or whatever. (ok, stepping off my soapbox now)