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Denial

Through these chambers
we walk alone;
desires beckoning  
as our arousal grows strong.  
We yield to nothing.  
We fear no pain
as we cruxify our souls,  
denying our own shame.  
The moralists aclaim  
the purity of their intentions;
they bathe in hypocrisy  
as if for divine intervention.  
Shut your mouths to judgment;
you've made your beds,  
so now sleep in them.
You scream indignation  
for other people's vice;
you've screwed up your own,
stop screwing  
with everyone else's life.
Many fear the rules  
of contemption;
they've made hell  
out of nature's good,  
primitive intentions.  
You want to condemn  
me and my peers  
for the ways of life  
that we follow
because you,  
self-proclaimed  
well thinkers,  
believe you can impose
on every living being,
your social laws
as God given dogmas.  
Little do you know  
that, the Intelligentsia,  
sees through  
your ill forsaken lies.
The Holy inquisition
was overturned  
by human perspicaciousness;
never will bigotry overcome  
the freedom of knowledge
against perverted lies.
You keep waving your banners,  
proclaiming anathema,  
what nature considers pure.  
We will openly live like  
nature calls us to be,  
seeking and giving pleasure,
respecting all beings,  
as equals in their diversity.  
We are not alone.  
We will stand together as one,  
whilst liberty and respect  
will oppose those who
hide behind the holy
sluts and rapists puritans  
who talk about defending  
sacred truths of morality,  
living secretly  
in an orgiastic ocean  
of desecration and lies.
So heed my words:
depose your disdain.
Judge no one, as we all  
bleed the same.  
Open your eyes to the beauty  
that nature has gifted;
open your arms to pleasure  
and let your hearts be smitten.
Juvenalis66
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