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How can she make her mind & soul beautiful for him? – Promote Yourself



Maybe if she bared a little of her tender psychological matter, lustful thoughts would dominate his?


Maybe if she wore mental nudity, he would respect her?


Maybe if she applied pretty variations of metaphorical statements to her dialogue,


Structured and styled her words with the scalding tongs of past experiences

He would want her?


Maybe if she let her tired, run down self, experience mental rest,

He would land softly on a bed of supressed emotions?


Maybe if she thought hard about what she said, her inquisitive words would make her lips appear attractive?


You see, all she wants from you, is to make love to her mind and soul.

Before he falls under the debauchery ways of life, and robs her of her physical innocence,

She longs for him to acknowledge the beauty in having a good soul.


A beautiful soul, is the first to grant you with pleasure, before you blissfully fall into these walls.

The soul is the first thing you can familiarize yourself with, without it changing the foundations of your morality.


However, if she just satisfied him, physically

Her walls would take shape to his preference

And all geniality and originality would be lost…

And the only retrievable source, would be in the embers of her mental playground.


“Come play with me”

Her eyes challenged.

– tatiana agatha ennin. 14.



Stepping away to look at myself,
I see a story, a book on the shelf.
Worn at the edges and slightly faded,
The cover is still eye-catching, though barely decorated.
Within, layers of pages I see sights; sounds,
From pastoral nights to city lights and circus clowns,
Then off into the world is where I bound
To exotic cultures and secrets found.
Others shaped and molded my mystery,
As I returned with new old eyes to teach my history.
Then critics rebuffed my character’s quest for adventure,
When I looked for fresh chapters to define my future.
Now that my character’s circumstances are dire;
Does my book absorb heaviness, water and fire.
For the Cape, with all its natural beauty and storybook wonder,
Belies the themes of our world, our country; our blunders.
A late bloomer’s tale I hope to share,
With others who’ve hoped, cared and dared.
For my story’s half written and I’ve decades to diminish,
With memories to sustain me until I’m finished.

Wendy Shreve




It is far better to light a candle than to curse the darkness
It’s what an old Chinese proverb has to say
Wise words which have come through the ages
Words that are still applicable in our lives today

For the light would illuminate the path we take
And reveal the pitfalls we could meet on our way
And by avoiding these we could reach our objective
And will ensure we enjoy our lives today

For it is better to light a candle to see where we are going
Than to journey to an object we clearly cannot see
That it is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness
It’s the message that this proverb presents to you and me

Ron Martin

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