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The True Tale of Sleeping Beauty
by J Mangrav

Friday, May 15, 2009
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Believe in dreams. Somehow dreams have a way of becoming true since the only requirement is the honesty and magic of belief.


How much love
May a princess and her prince share?

How much is true romance
Important in lovemaking?

How much is commitment sealing
The hearts of two soul mates?

Sweet Sleeping Beauty asks
Herself these questions
In her long sleep
Caused by the evil fairy’s spell.

For now she can only wait and dream
Of her dashing and daring prince.
The prince’s kiss of true love
Will break the spell and mark
The beginning of an endless romance:
   Rich, passionate and fulfilling
   Finally the love of a real man!
   She wants him next to her –
      Grabbing her all over
      Kissing her
      And penetrating
         Her very soul with brute force
   Have him mark her as his woman
   His property and his queen
   Have him seed her
   With his male gift
      Driven by his overwhelming needs

Have him worship her beauty
While she worships him
On her knees like a god
 The prince is a god of raw potency
Set to conquer her body, mind and soul
 
Let him do as he pleases
Because that’s the only way
     She can be pleased too
 
Finally the moment draws near
The time is now!
Destiny is unfolding at last
She can hear
   The galloping of his wild horse
   She can hear his feet coming closer
   Rapidly and without hesitation

Waiting even for a moment
Is now unbearable and painful!
She can feel his body next to hers

He is excited
He is going to do it
He is kneeling to kiss her
He is now kissing her with all his lust
She opens her eyes and smiles at him
   He is determined, strong and brave
   He is all over her
  She cannot stop him
  She doesn’t want to stop him
 
The sleep is over
And the beginning
Of the greatest adventure of all begins -
The adventure
Of man and his woman
For right now
And for times to come
 

 

Excerpt from J. Mangraviti's Hooked on You
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Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/29/2009
The passion in this poem is potent
very sensual and well portrayed...

ET
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 5/19/2009
Being a widow since Aug 17 -07 I experience no love from another man. Don't need to watch another go downhill. I do go to the casino and place the prince and the frog machine a penny one and am so excited when I get ito the special thing where I can have my pick of 12 princes and make some dough. Love gambling, life is a gamble to I say. Do you think so too?
Reviewed by Dawn Mullan 5/16/2009
What our culture forgets in the mindless marketing of sex as a commodity is that to be seduced and be passionate are not commercial attributes but mental ones. This poem reminds us how love and romance manifests: through two loving people.



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