Sylvia Perry

Rookie (07/30/1993 / Detroit)

Lost In A World Of Lust Poem by Sylvia Perry


What's love got to do with it when you're lost in a world of lust? where sex is forever sybliminal and fornication is a must. when you're lost in a world of lust it is there for the duration everybody's main objective is sustaining this temporary sensation what's love got to do with it when all you care about is your personal satisfaction. The societies attention fixed on a physical attraction. What's love got to do with it when you live in a false reality the population defined by the change in sexuality. Blind to any other way that we can show affection. Becoming less and less descreet 'bout how we make partner selection It is the thing that is the topic of almost every conversation. Every aspect of the media encouraging sexual participation. When you're lost in a world of lust every where there is temptation when you're lost in a world of lust desire is the infactuation.

Submitted: Saturday, February 12, 2011

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