Category Archives: SEX AND SENSUALITY

The baskets containing the flowers are reminiscent of the canephores from Dionysian rituals: women carrying flowers and a phallus in baskets

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Canephor with a basket

Your voice is a
Canephor with a basket for songs
Coming towards me like a blue dream.
Delicate but strong, 
My silence beats your ears, 
Leaving a trace of love 
Like a fog carved in the air
Or unlike a name carved in an oak tree.
My silence and your voice
Weave new vibrations.
It’s like an embrace.
Whatever I’m touch’d from, 
It clutches my mind.

Dedicated to the singer Bryan Adams.

Marieta Maglas (19-05-1964 / Radauti, Judet Suceava, Romania

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“What a kid I got, I told him about the birds and the bees and he told me about the butcher and my wife.” Rodney Dangerfield

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One day Banzan was walking through a market when he overheard a customer ask a butcher for the best piece of meat he had. “Every piece in my shop is the best”, the butcher said. Hearing the butcher’s explanation, Banzan became enlightened.

http://humaninsightsgroup.org/FoodForThought/FFT-20b.html

Don’t make love by the garden gate, love is blind but the neighbors ain’t

http://www.brownielocks.com/lovequotes.html

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“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing 
and rightdoing there is a field.
I’ll meet you there.

When the soul lies down in that grass
the world is too full to talk about.” 
― Rumi

Even if your words are a lie, your eyes always tell the truth.

Libby Saumur.

http://www.midnightangel308.com/eye_quote.htm

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It would seem that Our Lord finds our desires not too strong, but too weak. We are half-hearted creatures, fooling about with drink and sex and ambition when infinite joy is offered us, like an ignorant child who wants to go on making mud pies in a slum because he cannot imagine what is meant by the offer of a holiday at the sea. We are far too easily pleased.”

― C.S. Lewis, The Weight of Glory, and Other Addresses

 

 

The way you make love is the way God will be with you.

RUMI, The Book of Love

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Life without sex might be safer but it would be unbearably dull.  It is the sex instinct which makes women seem beautiful, which they are once in a blue moon, and men seem wise and brave, which they never are at all.  Throttle it, denaturalize it, take it away, and human existence would be reduced to the prosaic, labourious, boresome, imbecile level of life in an anthill.  ~Henry Louis Mencken

http://www.quotegarden.com/sex.html

He wanted a pet, so he asked for an octopus, thinking it would be an eight-sided cat.

http://www.kessels.com/Hobby/cats/Quotes.html

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“All bands eventually break up because of one or more of the four P’s: power, property, prestige, pussy.”
― Dave Mustaine, Mustaine: A Heavy Metal Memoir

It is your work in life that is the ultimate seduction. Pablo Picasso

 

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“I suppose I’d had, by the standards of that pre-permissive time, a good deal of sex for my age. Girls, or a certain kind of girl, liked me; I had a car-not so common among undergraduates in those days-and I had some money. I wasn’t ugly; and even more important, I had my loneliness, which, as every cad knows, is a deadly weapon with women. My ‘technique’ was to make a show of unpredictability, cynicism, and indifference. Then, like a conjurer with his white rabbit, I produced the solitary heart.”

― John Fowles, The Magus

Nobody will laugh long who deals much with opium: its pleasures even are of a grave and solemn complexion.

Thomas De Quincey
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“Junk turns the user into a plant. Plants do not feel pain since pain has no function in a stationary organism. Junk is a pain killer. A plant has no libido in the human or animal sense. Junk replaces the sex drive. Seeding is the sex of the plant and the function of opium is to delay seeding.
Perhaps the intense discomfort of withdrawal is the transition from plant back to animal, from a painless, sexless, timeless state back to sex and pain and time, from death back to life.”

― William S. Burroughs, Junky

A canoe which we are all in with no exception.

He waka eke noa

http://www.maori.cl/Proverbs.htm

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“Two people with mental issues in a relationship does not work. It’s like sitting in a boat and neither one has an oar to row the other to shore. You can meet your mirror image in life but that doesn’t mean you should marry him.”

― Shannon L. Alder

“Never love someone beneath your level of evolution. If you want a monkey, you can visit one at your local zoo.”

― Shannon L. Alder

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“Many people, meeting Aziraphale for the first time, formed three impressions: that he was English, that he was intelligent, and that he was gayer than a treeful of monkeys on nitrous oxide.”
― Terry Pratchett, Good Omens

The first two facts which a healthy boy or girl feels about sex are these: first that it is beautiful and then that it is dangerous. ― G.K. Chesterton

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“He’d noticed that sex bore some resemblance to cookery: it fascinated people, they sometimes bought books full of complicated recipes and interesting pictures, and sometimes when they were really hungry they created vast banquets in their imagination – but at the end of the day they’d settle quite happily for egg and chips. If it was well done and maybe had a slice of tomato.”

― Terry Pratchett, The Fifth Elephant

I choose my friends for their good looks, my acquaintances for their good characters, and my enemies for their good intellects. Oscar Wilde

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She had lived a great deal among lies, before plumping for a small life of her own, a sincere and restricted life from which all pretense, even in matters sensual, was banished. How many crazy decisions and allegiances to successive aspects fo the truth! Had she not, one day when her costume for a fancy dress had demanded short hair, cut off the great chestnut mane that fell below her waist when she let it down? ‘I could have hired a wig,’ she thought. ‘I might also, at a pinch, have passed the rest of my life with Becker or Espivant. If it comes to that, I could also have gone on stirring puddings in a saucepan at Carneilhan. The things "one might have done" are, in fact, the things one could not do…”

Colette, Gigi, Julie de Carneilhan, and Chance Acquaintances: Three Short Novels