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“Then love the undressing,
for naked is free”


Here I wanted to write a romantic poem in the truest sense. . . with a sincerity and simplicity of mood. Love and sexuality are too often either confused with each other or divorced from one another: so on the one hand this celebrates a loving sexuality where they can be brought together - and on the other hand it also has non-sexual overtones since the fear, beauty and nakedness described can equally be those related to the personality, mind and inner being - hence the poem is written with a deliberate double meaning. . . reflecting its aim to assist the integration of the different forms of love and intimate relating we engage in!


On the Inside

Simon Rees


Know your desire
so completely
that even your fear
departs discreetly.

Then love the undressing,
for naked is free,
and that is confessing
your beauty to me.

 

 

© Copyright 2007 Simon Rees

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