The Truth About Sex

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This is a poem about how God views sex.

Submitted: October 16, 2010

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Submitted: October 16, 2010

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The Truth About Sex
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“I am my lover’s, the one he desires. Come, my love, let us go out into the fields and spend the night among the wildflowers….And there I will give you my love.”
Song of Solomon 7:10-12 {NLT}
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The truth about sex, as told from above
It’s a man and a woman’s expression of love
It’s created by God for them to enjoy
But perverted by satan, as part of his ploy
It’s natural and pure and designed to please
It’s easily aroused, when provoked by a tease
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The truth about sex, from God’s point of view
It’s sensual and passionate, but sometimes taboo
It’s intense and erotic and pleasing to most
Its gratifying effects make some even boast
It’s romantic and fun and great when you’re stressed
It’s sacred and holy and “Yes” even blessed
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The truth about sex, with regard to this life
It’s a beautiful act between a man and his wife
So, this is the message from God above
He speaks about it in his song of love
Celebrate the giftI've given to you
It makes you both one and no longer two.


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