Lusting for Divinity
by Divinity 11 11
Thursday, February 02, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Upon a table top, divinity dances before you,
One with the sensual music of life,
Seducing you with her wonder,
Lifting her skirts and giving you a peek
Of the majesty that awaits you.
She drops her robes before you
And in clarity, suddenly you see
The ample rounded Bosom
Ready to nourish and satisfy you.
You realize she is no harlot,
For her love is pure and genuine.
She just has a wondrous beautiful gift
Meant to be admired by and heal more than one.
The wedding night is sacred,
The day when you accept
The merging of that promiscuous beauty
With the ruggedness of your flesh.
You realize that you don't truly own her,
but are permitted to seek comfort in her tenderness.
Marriage needs no papers signed,
Ownership is not an issue.
She is free and dances for all
Who will stop to marvel at her beauty
And who need to fervently release
The tension they've surmounted.
It is because you desire to possess her,
Unsharing, for your very own,
That she elludes your grasp,
And you are left alone in lust.
Acting in lust is not
Celebrating and partaking
In the beauty you find in another.
It is trying to fill your void
By violating, objectifying and desiring to own
The subject of your infatuation.
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|Reviewed by Anne Williams
|so true jessica, it is the the need to possess making something yours and yours alone that leaves one feeling like something precious slipped through their fingers. as others have commented i like the way you put it out there no fear to deal with as one will. ~a|
|Reviewed by Mark Rockeymoore
|i agree with the other commentators. there is a piercing eye and unflinching willingness to confront base realities in evidence in this, and other writes of yours that i've read thus far. the filters on your pics augment that in-your-face chutzpah, presenting poet and poetry in a surreal yet harshly lit manner...|
|Reviewed by Jeff Mason
|A very terse dichotomy you have depicted. Desiring, needing, possessing. We should appreciate and enjoy, without trying to "own" or "control." -- Jeff|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Wow this poem and the picture that goes with stirs the desires of men at the same time as awakening their conscieness of what it is to have a women such as this offer the beauty of not just her body though it is ravsihingly beautiful but to have the offer of her heart even if only to be shared with others. Exciting, entincing but also very deliberate message here.
|Reviewed by Peter Paton
|Very beautifully crafted, and full of hidden meanings and innuendos
You excel at these philsophical writes Jessica
Superb portrait sets the scene for the devastating words to unfold !