Star Sex by Robin Lipinski


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Post December 09, 2014, 11:34:19 AM

Star Sex by Robin Lipinski

Sex as a metaphor for cosmology. Probably not even close to the first time this was done, probably not the first time this was done by Robin, probably not the first time this was done by Robin this week! Still a strong poem and enjoyable, also strangely arousing. It makes me want to take my girlfriend to the planetarium!
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Post December 09, 2014, 12:04:58 PM

Re: Star Sex by Robin Lipinski

Arousal of the senses is a fertile catalyst for evolution. As Yoda would say, "Tactile good, good this feeling...Ahhh!" ( The Force is strong today)

Thanks for reading Eddie. Be safe at the Planetarium. And so...
***
Sun Rise

Surrounded by blackness; feeling, sight; sleep soundly this night.
Thoughts of dreams as synapses connect, bringing hazy relief via wishful thoughts.

Arise.
Arise and wake this stirring feeling of life; tree of wood erect on morning frost.
Inner bud waiting as this moment is not yet right.

Rooted strong and virile; sap gathered to flow though not a day of Spring
Until...
tender branches unfurl to announce the kiss of light.

Her stare a season announcing season, orbs filled with black and light.
Ever now to wonder again as color announced day,
will this now be Winter, or Spring?
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Post December 09, 2014, 01:31:33 PM

Re: Star Sex by Robin Lipinski

ooops forgot something!

Launch right up the rocket thrusts
Out to Mars with its red dust
Avoid the (asteroid) belt toot sweet
Jupiter next before kissing Saturn’s ring
Finally spent we go down
Plunging to Uranus now
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