Abby Wesson


Lesbians, Gays, And Experimentors - Poem by Abby Wesson

her touch is so inviting
but I cannot give in
ive been taught since I was little
that this feeling is a sin

but to smell her hair
and to feel her skin
I cannot, not want this
I want only to give in

in silence we will kiss
a moment to an hour
I am so weak in her presence
she holds a higher power

I love her with my hands
she loves me with her mouth
we will never be forgiven
we will travel way down south

in hell I may be happy
in heaven I wouldn’t know
but if it means I will have her
then I don’t care which way I go


*while i may not personally think this way and be straight. i wrote this to those who've thought about it and for the ones who are. to show them and the bigots against them that its about love. and nothing else. this is for anyone who's ever loved anyone else with such a passion that it didnt matter what others thought. that it the only thing that mattered was the deepest kind of love you can have for another person. that is what this poem means, dont analyze it any more than that...


Comments about Lesbians, Gays, And Experimentors by Abby Wesson

  • Kyle Carson (4/23/2012 11:53:00 AM)

    This is amazing. I truly love this. Don't ever stop writing whats on your mind. If it relates to you in anyway write it down. Weather its from personal feelings or something you saw. Don't stop. Your awesome. (: (Report)Reply

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  • Shane ClawsonShane Clawson (5/18/2007 11:02:00 PM)

    THANKS ABBY. AS A GAY YOUTH, I ENJOYED THAT POEM. KEEP WRITING! (Report)Reply

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  • Ann Thrope (6/20/2006 9:57:00 AM)

    hey you. that's really a beautiful poem.
    <3
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 18, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 7, 2010


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