Breath against skin; skin against skin.
Pulsating! Yearning! Let your love ooze into me;
oh let me drink from your cisterns
Breathe over me: speak words of sensuous currency.
Revive me; oh that you will water my soul with your lips..
Until I melt into you-within YOU.
I desire you: our bodies converging in a symphony of moans and groans and aaahs and oohs!
Come into me in all your goodness as I desire YOU.
Let my manhood respond keenly to your caress;
To your wetness;
To your wanting.
Let our love cause sheets to ruffle, while nations swell within us.
Oh my beloved, more than any other I desire you!
Breath to skin; skin to skin let's desire envelope us: you! Me! My Desire.
I desire You!
"They do not have money to send their children to school but they have time to put in hairstyle!"
"I am not sorry for them at all. They too wicked."
These are among the value statements we make against people living in economically depressed conditions. We speak with such contempt when it comes to the poor and how they "adjust their priorities." We, with our well-thinking selves, impose upon those we presume ourselves to know better than, a set of values and priorities we "know" to be good for them, so that they can get their lives in "order".
It was from this position of "awokeness" and perhaps being "well-intentioned", then President of the West Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Pastor Glen Samuels, spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2016. He did so to great chorus, as his audience erupted in laughter and loud applause, approving what was a v…