Jeff Rushton


All things pure


Virginity is a sacred sign, a right and privilege that should not be resigned
It is not sex or the thoughts and actions thereof
It is purity, validity, sincerity, sanctuary, maturity, morality and the honor to be
Virgin lips, lies, ties, virgin truth, honor, respect, happiness, eyes
Virginity is lost through life
A virginity far more powerful, hurtful, and helpful than any moral act
Virginity, in any sense, is to be cherished, loved, maintained, contained, and spiritually gained
A virgin is brought to earth, not to break and destroy, but to fulfill and enjoy
Virginity is a gift that is given up for our spiritual growth, or our dismay and never ending quest for remorse.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 02, 2008
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