Poems about a womans curves

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Curves Quotes (22 quotes)

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T. Miller - "The Difference Between a Girlfriend and a Woman"

Curves poetry: The grip of my hands around the curves of your frame become tighter and tighter, And there, with Mother, Children, Wife, Woman A silent.

Curves Quotes

We are curvy with more handles than we know how to love we are thighs without gaps faces both maturity slim and little girl round. We have been wrestling with these bodies treating them more like battle grounds than temples more temporary homes than lighthouses we have pinched, pulled, and tugged allowed shattered mirrors and hate words to blind our perceptions. We refuse to be shamed into covering these curves as if they were disposable pieces or x-marks for digging out unwanted treasures to make someone else more comfortable. This body, is a temple with sacred novels and Holy Scriptures etched into our bones built to hold more passion than a human being can fathom. You were made for glory, the human epitome of a light a spirit so vast, that it had to be contained behind flesh to tone down the brilliance. This body is glitter and yet, we wake up, tell our bodies before they even start breathing that they are wrong that each day they have failed at their chance of being something worth holding.

Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Quotes tagged as "curves" Showing of To see love and compassion instead of curves. All of a sudden you get them, and it feels sloppy. Then just when you start liking them, they start drooping. Shapely goddesses, Venus, Juno: curves the world admires.

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I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Full poem below! Real Women Have Curves. I come from an army of curvy women. Of long haired ladies With blue eyes and thick thighs And asses that never quit.

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  1. She pondered, "where is my curve", That all men want to observe, She then cursed as she stared into her mirror That shape couldn't be found, so she sheds a tear.

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