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The Maidenhead

source: pin interest

Seduction is often difficult to distinguish from rape. In seduction, the rapist often bothers to buy a bottle of wine.

                                                                                                  Andrea Dworkin

These legs,
These thighs
Ever ready
Wanting
Supple
Accommodating
Open

This Path,
Receptive
Wide, not narrow
Leads to the Pleasure Valley
Salvation!
How?
Enter and be saved

These arms,
Indecisive
Suppliant
Aid this cause, always.
Fight this menace, never.
They would rather hold tight
Dig in and be firm

These blows,
Their force
This sheer strength
Not understanding it
Welcoming it
Oh!
Pleasurable pain
Blissful battery
Soothing strangulation

These clothes,
Like poles
Repel
Shed them Off!
Mould this flesh
With the pounding
Spill its blood
With the striking
Tear them off!
Rip them off!
Let that sound echo
In this empty soul

This one thing,
Once lost, forever lost.
This Purity and this Innocence
Take it!
Now!
Rhythm and speed
Brutality and force
In and out
Deeper and faster
Oh!
What is this?
Luxury – Bliss in Utopia
Washing waves
Eureka!
At long last

Footsteps fall,
Flee in the other direction
Raised voices
Indignant and angry
Fists curling in outrage
‘He must pay!’
Blood on the supple thighs
Like the sacrifice on the altar

This voice,
A hoarse whisper
Never resounding
Uncertain, unsure

This memory,
To be cherished
They don’t understand
Just this once, heaven on earth.

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A world changer who tells the stories that deserve to be told. Fiction may sometimes be real.

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