Shared a Nut

Shared a nut
With you but
Me a slut?
Door is shut!

Spill good will
Give me a thrill
And I will
Or stay still

That won’t sell
Treat me well
Or I tell
You farewell

Won’t be blue
Shall I sue?
I’m #MeToo
Who are you?

© March 2019 Marta Pombo Sallés

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51 thoughts on “Shared a Nut

  1. This is good
    Of you . Would
    Hug if could.
    Up I stood

    And I cheered.
    But I feared
    Moments steered
    Me to Weird.

    But let’s say
    Weird’s okay
    When we play
    Tag today.

    You delight
    And are bright.
    So I might
    Fly a kite!

    Wow, that’s harder than it looks! Keep up the good work, Marta!

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      1. Hi Marta,

        Since your blog “is about what I do at certain MOMENTS of life”, I would like to share with you my multifaceted and multidisciplinary post entitled “🦅 SoundEagle in Best Moment Award from Moment Matters 🔖🏆” published at https://soundeagle.wordpress.com/2013/03/18/soundeagle-in-best-moment-award-from-moment-matters/

        Please be informed that you might need to use a desktop or laptop computer with a large screen to view the rich multimedia contents available for heightening your multisensory enjoyment at my websites, some of which could be too powerful and feature-rich for iPad, iPhone, tablet or other portable devices to handle properly or adequately. A fast broadband connection is also helpful. 🙂

        May you have a lovely week celebrating the beginning of springtime during mid-March!

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      2. You have a beautiful blog and I enjoyed your poems “Moment Matters” and “Moment in Perspective”. They are both reflective about how we should learn to enjoy life and each moment of it. Thanks for sharing.

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      3. Given that I have made plenty of comments on your blog, I look forward to your giving me some feedback at the comment section of my said posts. Thank you in anticipation, Marta.

        May you have a lovely weekend celebrating the beginning of springtime and March!

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    1. Thank you, Stella. I remember you once wrote a kind of two-syllabic poem with an awesome flow about how a man should understand sexual pleasure for women, where and how to touch the clitoris or something similar. I loved it. Could you tell me where to find it in your blog? I would so love to read it again.

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      1. Ohhh lol yess! I’ll have to find it. I may have put it back to draft. I’ve written a lot about that lol. Well how I like it. Most of me sexual poems have to do with tension and anticipation. The build up because that drives me wild! Lol

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  2. I think the important thing to learn and/or remember about the sexual act and climaxes, etc. is that one of the main reasons it is so pleasurable for man and woman alike is that is the one time when we totally let go of everything we are thinking about in the past or the future, and we are fully in the now and the moment without judgement, without sorrow or anger or any of our other emotions. It is just about being there and letting go of everything. Interesting that this is such a truly rare feeling that only seems to find its way to us via sex. Still, at least we do have an opportunity to experience it.

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      1. I think I have read about so many newborns or fetuses just aborted and thrown in the trash or out in the streets or in rivers, etc. In the town next to mine, there is now a graveyard for these abandoned children. The lady who started it has rescued more than 100 babies that are gotten from the county morgue. It is quite a process. She gets the baby, wraps it in a clean receiving blanket, gives it a first and perhaps middle name, but you cannot do last names because of potential legal issues. Then she sits and rocks the baby for awhile, and puts it into her car and brings it to the mortuary in this other city next to mine. The ceremonies are held before the burials, and all babies have a name and a monument where they are buried, and they are buried in little tiny boxes (miniature caskets). The ceremonies involving singing some very inspirational hymns and a dedication to the little baby. When they go outside to go into the grave, a bunch of homing pigeons or doves are released and they fly upward into circles that grow wider and wider as they rise, signifying that God is taking the babies to Heaven. It is a ceremony that gives each baby a moment in time of importance, and of being treasured in this world.

        It is interesting that this lady, who was very poor, did the first burials by selling the old family car, and then later on, she won the national lottery and was overnight a millionaire. God does reward such people I think. Anyway, she got the law passed that women can safely surrender their babies in a special drop place at hospitals without fear of recrimination, so the number of babies coming is lessened but still continues.

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