Suzanna C Chevalier

Rookie (4-18-1966 / Elizabeth, New Jersey)


Highly Evolved Society feelings are not repressed
a highly Evolved Society feelings are freely expressed.
There is no sexual embarrassment, repression or shame
There is no sexual violence like acts of rape.
In the natural order of things
Human beings want to date and copulate.
Look at the animal kingdom, do they hesitate?
No they will jump on your leg and masterbate.
Now, with all laughing aside
Let’s look at how society, religion makes us deny.
Deny the joyful expression of intercourse
Try to control, shame, embarrass and enforce
By making it taboo, making children laugh at school.
Laugh at their body parts with a joke or two.
Now isn’t any wonder teenagers are confused
By the time they want to screw.
God had a divine plan
The plan was to have children young
the elder’s teach and take care them with their wisdom.
with Elder’s wisdom, less child abuse and no shame
For they have experience and knowledge
To end this abuse game passed from generation to generation.
Look at societies that are free and you will see.

Written by Suzanna C Chevalier on September 14,2011

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
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