I love this poem it really speaks to me and reminds me of whatbi could change 10! I heal the sanguine scar Of slain Asar. Amazing and so true. Do you already have an account? This poem has not been translated into any other language yet. See a problem on this page?
Virginity Poems | Examples of Virginity Poetry
My virginity is in fact mine. My mother is three-score and ten, while I am forty-three, You don't know how it hurts me when we go somewhere to tea, And people tell her on the sly we look like sisters, she and I. Wanders out into the night And there is shelter under it, But should that other come, I spit: There is nothing as free and passionate as your first time Nothing as innocent The nervous giggles The panicked breathing Touching someone's body Just to learn every bump and crater on the surface of their warm skin The rush of pain The desperate moans Nothing as intimate as your first time. I've always thought so. Especially if it has anything to do with my hymen.
Losing My Virginity Poem by Nikhil Parekh - Poem Hunter
Shaming us for feeling pleasure And so scared But having fun. The golden age of romance is gone. I thee implore Let not thy foe have triumph in my fall; Remember that our sin made God himself, To free us from its chain, Within thy virgin womb our image on Him take!
Description: And how the shining sacrificial Choirs, Offering for aye their dearest hearts' desires, Which to their hearts come back beatified, Hymn, the bright aisles along, The nuptial song, Song ever new to us and them, that saith, 'Hail Virgin in Virginity a Spouse! Written by Rudyard Kipling The Virginity Try as he will, no man breaks wholly loose From his first love, no matter who she be. The entrusted trust was still. You call me a goddess, Fold your hands and pray to me.