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You spend your nights
reaching
for Apollo’s robes.

You’re as hot
as New Orleans
in mid-July, and
as fierce
as her gumbo.

But, he is light-years
away and your fingers
ache with tired
insecurity.-

a disaster in
your own
moon skin.

Even if it fucking hurts,
you can still taste
his heat on your tongue.

Gods be damned,
you’re a butterfly-
( even if mounted
to a bed. )

One day,
you will find yourself
and fly away.
Anonymous secret: "I whore around a lot, but for some reason sex is painful, physically and psychologically, but I don’t know why."

I don't like the word 'whore'. Even if you sleep with 12 different people in one night, and you enjoy that physical contact--good for you! I don't even think the word should exist. However, if sex is painful both physically and emotionally, please take a step back and think about what you are doing. Do you really want this?

More secrets can be found here: iorbither.tumblr.com/
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DearPoetry Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
That was rude.
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magdalenacaracol Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014
yeah, and censorship is even ruder, so why you gotta hide my comment? i don't understand why people who can't handle heat stay in the kitchen. the internet is supposed to be totally free.
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DearPoetry Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
And the internet is completely free for me to hide whatever comment I want on my personal work.  Thank you.
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magdalenacaracol Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014
then why post it for the public to comment? doesn't make sense, you controlling what the public can and can't see. censorship in any form is just a form of control, and besides, if you really wanted to "hide" the comment you wouldn't comment publicly on it, you just want to let the commenter (me) know that my comment's "rude" but then there's no comment for anyone to see anyway, I can't even see what the hell I commented to defend myself and/or agree with you! smoke on that.
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living-in-his-head Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Fuck off.

--Internet freedom allows me to say that.
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DearPoetry Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
It is my work. My deviation. DeviantART wouldn't give me the option to hide a comment if it weren't. I found the comment negative and inapropriate. Therefore i told you and I hid it. I realize I should have caught it sooner but I didn't. If you would like to know what you said, I don't feel like talking about it here so you can send me a note if you like.
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magdalenacaracol Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014
nah girl/dude. you've got some pretty poems and everything, but I think you're a little mixed up about the internet-intellect in this case. you can do whatever you like, yeah, but your work is your work and my comment is my comment, and why shouldn't it be public? I wouldn't have said it if I didn't want people to read it along with your work, you're just shutting me up. anyone who censors comments on the internet is on a power-trip because you have a right over what you post but you shouldn't have a right over what others say, even if it's something not-nice, even if it's rude. "i may not agree with what you're saying, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it." -voltaire.

*smdh* pretty poems, but maybe you should think about how you deal with heat before you post
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darksapphiredrop Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2014
Well, this is personal, and technically if you were insulting her that should not be put on deviantart. However if. You were trying to express your opinion on a subject, that is your choice. Most people would not censor that.

It doesn't matter who was at fault or if you're even involved– read "Tolerance" by E. M. Forster and live by it. It's what I try to do.

I do not understand everyone and do not expect everyone to understand me. So... Please :)

nothing rude! And people who can't handle heat have nowhere to go but the Internet. It's more difficult in person.
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