Men must keep touch with things they used to use To earn their living, even when they are free; And so come back upon the least excuse -- Same as the sailor settled near the sea. But Ur poem really helped me alot, feels like u are here with me trying to get through this. I hope that people laugh when they read this poem, as it is quite silly. But first warn off the beatific spot Those wretched who have not Even afar beheld the shining wall, And those who, once beholding, have forgot, And those, most vile, who dress The charnel spectre drear Of utterly dishallow'd nothingness In that refulgent fame, And cry, Lo, here! Reading, writing, and enjoying famous Virginity poetry as well as classical and contemporary poems is a great past time.
The tears of Eve who turnedst into joy; Make me, thou canst, yet worthy of his grace, O happy without end, Who art in highest heaven a saint immortal shrined.
Losing Your Virginity (A Silly Poem) - Poem by Jack Williams
Gaze and be not afraid Ye wedded few that honour, in sweet thought And glittering will, So freshly from the garden gather still The lily sacrificed; For ye,though self-suspected here for nought, Are highly styled With the thousands twelve times twelve of undefiled. Myself, it don't excite me nor amuse To watch a pack o' shipping on the sea; But I can understand my neighbour's views From certain things which have occured to me. Isn't it supposed to be somewhat sacred? More Visitor Comments from the Voting form. Written by Rudyard Kipling The Virginity Try as he will, no man breaks wholly loose From his first love, no matter who she be. I think you would be entertaining to hang out with at parties, for sure. You can send a copy of this poem directly to your printer, without all of the color and graphics.