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Freedom of Expression Through My Poetry -- And I'm Not Sorry!

Missy is a passionate poet who also loves to cook and watch reality shows. She is very opinionated and enjoys expressing her many views.

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I Do Not Think of Artistic Expression as Dirty

Like I mentioned in my summary, this is a poem I wrote about three years ago that was not received well by Hubpages, and I will admit, I was a little sad and discouraged by that. Therefore, I decided to take it off the article piece that I placed it with. I still have the article up, and it has finally been accepted again, but, obviously, I could not place this poem with that hub again. It did not seem to fit well with it anymore anyway.

Today, I read a headline that really brought me back to my poem, and I thought, I'm going to post this poem again. After all, it is my art, and no one's artistic expressions should be judged in a way that does not allow others the chance to interpret it for themselves.

This is a simple explanation of a poem from me, the creative poet. I hope you like it and I will not be at all upset if you do not.


Pleasure Principle

Oh, how I wish we

could melt together…


Soothe our aching parts

forever…


Strong, sticky, a smell

of tease…


Then thrusting hard

connecting dreams…


My mouth welcomes

your salivation…


My body pulses to

your compulsions…


Please, please, don’t

stop…


My bosom awaits

your manly touch…


Sensations of our bodies

in motion…


Makes my throat

scream out with pure

elation…


You’ve taken me

away to a wonderland

of emotions…


I’m drinking in your sea.

I’m swimming in your ocean…


I…I…I…can’t catch my

breath, the push of

our love is rushing in…


Then stop. Just breath.

And release your body on

top of me…

Let Me Know Your View

Comments

Missy Smith (author) from Florida on December 30, 2020:

Thanks so much, John. I don't know who did the drawing, but it fit well with my poem. I think you did read this one, but it has been at least two years, and you may not remember. You had a similar view then as you do now - if I recall correctly. :) Also, I think if I felt it was too much for eyes to read, I probably wouldn't have cared that they didn't like it the first time. However, I feel I wrote it in good taste. An expression of passion and love. That's why I have to defend it and bring it back.

Now, what I need to do is turn on notifications to the email connected to this hubpage, so I will know when you have written something new. I would like to comment. I don't check my emails much. I log in here when I have time. But now that I cannot comment just by going to your recent posts on your page, I need to try and catch them here.

Until next time, I hope you and your family all the best and hope you have a happy NEW YEAR! xo

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on December 30, 2020:

Missy, I agree with you, I don’t think artistic expression should be stifled, though occasionally some people may go to far under the guise of art. I don’t remember reading this previously but to me it is a passionate piece of writing and not at all dirty. We should be able to express our sexuality and emotions, as in this poem, without offence.

I hope there are no complaints and this isn’t flagged as inappropriate. I like the drawing at the top too :) and the Madonna video..she never holds back. Thanks for resharing.

kasey Barkley on December 30, 2020:

Excellent!

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