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    dots Submission Name: DESIREdots

    Author: PaulHudson
    ASL Info:    21/Male/Southend, Essex
    Elite Ratio:    5.56 - 70/71/19
    Words: 70
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
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       I didn’t really do anything wrong… we both carried on when we shouldn’t have. It was always going to end in tears.

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    Moulded, played,
    used and abused.
    For not staying or straying
    I’m a victims muse.

    Lustfully clutching
    life’s caldron.
    Joker juggling seven sins
    morals thrown in seven bins.

    Hells exhilarating blaze
    ignites heavens haze
    and hells flames
    harmless, when heaven tamed.

    The fires burning
    life’s broths churning
    my stomachs yearning

    I feed the fire
    fuel my desires.
    Licking my shallow lips
    I deliver a deceitful, hollow kiss.

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      Lust. Is it really such a sin? That's a question that has been going through my mind a lot these days. If desire was a sin, then why do ALL humans with no acception feel it? And then God supposedly punishes us for it? Nope, there's a lost link in there.

    Back to the poem, I think the first stanza should be in italics. Strange suggestion, but because it has a different rhyme scheme and is an introduction, the suggestion's in place. You have missed out on the apostrophe of possession in stanzas three and four.

    | Posted on 2006-02-03 00:00:00 | by DeepDreamer2008 | [ Reply to This ]
      This is an interesting lusty kinda poem. It is nicely descriptive and captures the "demons" of lust very well. A couple of suggestions for you here...I think this stanza would read and look better if you changed the words around a bit...

    Hells exhilarating blaze
    ignites heavens haze
    and hells flames
    harmless, when heaven tamed.

    I would suggest in the third line you should include harmless so that it reads better...

    and hells flames harmless
    when heaven tamed.

    And I have mixed feelings about the fourth stanza here. I like the descriptive quality but it disrupts the overall form of the poem. I think if you made it four lines and kept the rhyme consistent with the rest of the poem it would work better. But of course this is just my opinion. Overall a nicely written lusty, yet kinda sad, poem. Almost sounds regretful in a way. Take care.

    | Posted on 2006-01-28 00:00:00 | by lmz | [ Reply to This ]
      Hmm, yeah, I like that line about "a deceitful, hollow kiss". Like there is no meaning to it, no feeling behind it (that's sad really, a kiss that means nothing...) I also liked these two lines

    "Joker juggling seven sins
    morals thrown in seven bins."

    I'm guessing in your case, your sin would be lust? Just assuming... Anyway, this was interesting and makes me ask the question why is it so hard for us to let go of something we know isn't in our best interest? Good job. ...bb...

    | Posted on 2006-01-27 00:00:00 | by Phoenix2004 | [ Reply to This ]
      A hollow kiss....now that is a new idea. Um...makes me think of kissing pinnochio? It seems like the four-lined stanzas could have been made into just two lines and it would have worked and flowed a bit nicer. Maybe you just didn't revise it too much. That's okay too. Personally, I like to make my titles look nice by capitalizing things but, that's me.... anyways... keep writing. Peace, LucyDiamond
    | Posted on 2006-01-27 00:00:00 | by LucyDiamond | [ Reply to This ]

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