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Sex Education

Parenting is surrendered to television
Of five to eight hours of home education
Enemy taking over family communication
Hacking spiritual values, love-altar to destruction

Internet access is enshrined in every home
Information at finger tips for consumption
Kids surfing porn of sorts on YouTube roam
Social media displacing real personal interaction

Young misconceive sex, are sexually illiterate
'Taught' by the media, peers' experiences
Real or imagined, sex information fascinate
Served sordid and vulgar with gleeful eagerness

Make sex education as part of school curriculum?
What to teach, how to teach and who will teach?
Information and values, be parts of curriculum
Information given by experts; Values, parents teach

Teaching done at school, home, religious centres
Must be taught with candour to building trust
Genuine questions answered, knowledge centred
Entitle young to ignorance, comfort and to be modest

Teach boys' and girls' attitudes and sexual orientations
Teach moral, spiritual attitudes and responsibilities
Teach the consequences of sexual experimentations
Teach peer pressures, infatuations, love and realities

Teach consequences of pregnancies and abortions
Teach how painful mistakes affect later relationships
Teach sex as God's gifts for purpose of pro-creation
Teach sex, finest love expression in married relationships

Teach the effects and dangers of pornography
Teach women are not sex objects to lust after
Teach courtship isn't for testing sex compatibility
Teach parents to teach, as it is parenting matter

Paul Sebastian

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Sex Without Love

Sex without love; and all eyes are around us,
and that warm knife was the judge, of each other.
Sex, cannot weather love against contested tapestries,
if even but one strategic hill, is turned over to quickly.
And you go about your business gone away, detached
and then you become so like me and hurt, when I do too.
The marked line was laid out before us and the race once
started and my turtle found the road, just to leave it.
Can love melt away so fast, does the milk now taste sour,
and even then the bees leave the dance with no honey.
We climbed more mountains than there are now left and
on top looking down, is sex now only like over yon, those hills.
And love was knowing what you thought and how did it you,
the mystery of me thinking of you as I held you over the moon.
What do we tell the children now, even just before they came,
and do the lawyers love us more, like children do, not for money.
Before us the hive and all the wax we placed therefore to be,
and the forest stops short of breath, and roses are but what.
There before you all the split wood, and his crown you set,
and sex without love is really only that, I think naive. 'I laid, against.
Is It Poetry

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Love Affairs

Sex-wise, one draws near to another,
Needs appeal in individual from each others.
No one is so blind, to say love is really blind,
In a better way, ‘it’s an unconditional love’, says her mind.

Woman neither loves by his looks nor by his character,
She is ready to reach where life must be in any vain matter.
If financially secured, she’s ready to make any day as memorable day,
A once living story about Savitri, it was just a story of womanhood days..

Today’s Psychologists’ survey; Men Vs Sex & Women Vs Money,
Wise people say in their critics; Money is there, there is your honey.
One aspect of outside needs charged a whole life; it may be sex or money;
This is very distorted vision of human life; & we are asleep, isn’t it funny?

Idiots of the world claim, yeah whatever, it’s all needs are compulsive,
Sex is a compulsive behavior of body; money is a compulsive source to live.
Well, all compulsive needs are mostly exist in physical state,
However, real love is not a physical, that’s why it is so cynical about divorce rate..

Let’s say, if compulsive needs disappeared suddenly,
And if two different individuals are longing for true love only.
Then, they will immerse in deep union with no conflicts, boundlessly,
The love affairs will not remain simply affairs, but love will reflect itself in purity.
warner keisham

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Pearl, Merle And Earl And Sex

Every few days Earl tries to remember what sex used to be.
So he asks his girlfriends, “Is these thoughts sinful or weird of me? ”
Blushing Peal responds, “Why are all men so crass and crude? ”
Merle chimes in “Well Pearl, I like men who put me in the mood.”
Pearl recoils, “How can you treat it with so little dignity? ”
Merle jokes, “Using “it” for the word “sex” is an 'old' way to be.”
Listening to these ladies poor Earl becomes increasingly confused.
Are these thoughts a good thing or should they be refused?
Pearl says, “Merle, to keep your mind clean I suggest you pray.”
Earl retorts, “Pearl, I don’t want thoughts of sex to go away.”
Merle pipes in, “Pearl, just remember the way we all got here.
Folks have been doing “it”, I mean having sex, for many a year.”
Earl, why don’t you hustle those 70 year olds at other tables.
Sitting at one there’s an Olga, Margarite and at least two Mables.
White as her name sake, Pearl sat fingering her worry beads,
Hoping no 100+ year olds will bother her with their awful needs.
Gregory Huyette

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