Luscious – Erotica

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        1. Thanks Patrick. I think people should be less worried about their bodies not being thin toothpicks and embrace all the shapes and sizes. So, yeah, I’m a big woman but I still think someone can love me for me just the way I am. Doesn’t mean that I think obesity is okay, but softness is good, in my book. Thanks for the comments.

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        2. Haha! I didn’t take that as your meaning. I said all that as a partial explanation as to why I didn’t get some image off the Internet of an actual super sexy (which generally is equated as thin or muscly) body. I use my own, soft and curvy (and bigger than what is considered normal) as a means to say, we of all body shapes and sizes are sexual creatures. Desiring and wanting to be desired. I may have gone off on a bit of a personal tangent there lol.

          But again, thank you for the kind comments and what I will take to be a compliment. 🙂

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  1. I liked the composition of the image and how well it reflects the words – the typographical choice of making the lines trace curves themselves was a BRILLIANT idea and to have it reflect the shape of the body they are both supposed to represent and are literally written across… genius. Wowza.

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    1. Thank you, Spiral. I actually spent more time adjusting the words to fit right with the image than writing the poem itself lol. You know me, I’m very particular about, well, everything. I hope I can pull it off on the next one with an image. I’m artsy like that (lol).

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