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  157.     

Mae West

'Come up and see me sometime when I've got nothing on but the radio' Mae West used to say
She was a renowned sex symbol and her legend lives today
She was a sexy woman that should never be a sin
And even into old age she made love to younger men
Though she is not forgotten the life from Mae West long gone
And many of her sayings today are living on
As a renowned sex symbol her praises have been sung
Even into her eighties she liked sex and liked her men virile and young
When it came to sex 'twould seem Mae West was a hard one to please
Her lust for sexual pleasure few men ever did appease
In her time a revered beauty all of her curves in the right place
Her lust for sexual pleasure she gladly did embrace,
Come up and see me sometime a famous quote from Mae West
One who even in her old age for young men willingly undressed.
 
Francis Duggan

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  158.     

Sex

Let’s not say to have sex is to make love
There is a wide chasm between the two
One is a gift to us from above
Another a short time stealing of you
And has consequences
Indeed you reap what you sow

Sex is for the married and in marriage
Though it’s looks so pleasing and desirable
To the unmarried and is hard to resist, but is resistible
Stealing has its consequences, caught or not
Believe me you reap what you sow

What things people do for sex!
Steal, kill, and betray…whatever it takes
To get a short eluding pleasure
Hoping and wishing it a permanent treasure
Forgetting whatever man sows that he’ll reap.

Let’s not demonize sex as of the old
Who, it’s the forbidden fruit they were told?
So it became a means of just procreation
Not knowing enjoying it in recreation
They sowed wrongly and reaped badly.

What a marvelous gift of God to man
It’s here that two souls become one
Therefore you have it whenever you can
But what’s not yours steal not
For then you will reap what you sow
 
Michael Tunduli

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  159.     

Sex

Sex is natural
But artificially done,
Someone performs
But some people runs.

Why to hesitate
Its rule of life,
But be aware
Only do it with your wife.

Sex is not a taboo
It is an inalienable need.
Don't make it a habit
Or else you will be killed.

To continue the race
It is necessary,
Do it with good intention
& be free of worry.

Every people can do it
No any barrier,
For 9 months
Your wife will be a carrier.

Don't do sex
Just for entertainment,
Limited subscription
Helps in economic development.

Sex is not for a fun
You have many more generation to run,
Don't play it like a cards
It'll brings lots of hazards.

Last but not least
Don't looser out your energy,
Bcoz noone can win against
His own energy.
 
Rajan Manandhar

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  160.     

A SEX WITH AND WITHOUT LOVE

A SEX WITH OR WITHOUT LOVE
Melvin Banggollay


A sex with or without love
Is there any difference?
when both can one have
Pleasure in many reference
as bodies burn together
and dance with thunder
of a consuming desire
that only mellows down
When the body's fire
behold ecstasy's dawn.


Sex is a biological need
that ignites one's desire
to touch other's seeds
even without heart's fire
as long as the body achieve
a satisfaction guaranteed
and bodies now releases
burning pressure within
that only come to rest
when orgasm comes in.


But sex with burning love
speaks an undying wave
of one's greatest love
that even the body's rhythm,
tender moan and breath
truly satisfies one's desire
to behold passionate heart
and to buid upon the star
fantasy of enchanted love.
 
MELVIN BANGGOLLAY

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