Promiscuity

PROMISCUITY

Many have a favourite from among the seasons
And each proponent has of course their reasons

To be matchless some aver a vernal evening’s moon
While others find it’s Summer makes them swoon
Some folk will only fall for Autumn’s ripe delights
Supreme for some is snuggling up on Winter’s nights

But why not embrace every new season and learn
To enthrone it as if a passionate lover in its turn
Become more open, adopt a polygamous attitude
And receive its gifts with heartfelt joy and gratitude

About Ben Naga

The Spirit that graces me with its passing has no name and stems not from thoughts and words, though it gathers them up as it flows, but from feeling.

Posted on January 8, 2013, in Poetry, Writing and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Lmao…funny thing is…perhaps this is what both sexes secretly want and need…:-)

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  2. I don’t read tags…that is cheating 😉

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  3. The tags and title are often essential elements of the overall communication.

    YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. 🙂

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  4. LOL….ok…I read the title and the tags…my original comment still stands:-)

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  5. Quick way to make the world a bigger mish-mash than it already is! Imagine all the children probably related in one way or another…, lol!

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    • If everyone felt truly related to one another, then perhaps we could say goodbye to violence, war, famine, poverty and all manner of cruel insanities.

      Did you read the tags to this poem? (Autumn, Gratitude, Nature, Quatrain, Spring, Summer, Winter.)

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  6. Following the above comments, I undertook a major update.

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  7. ah yes…the four seasons are beautiful…I see

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  8. nah…us American’s are a little dense…it was fine…cheers! I love the four seasons. Listen to Vivaldi’s Four Seasons if you haven’t already…and I was kidding about having many woman…I still believe in Love with one woman.

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