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Pannish Veil: Poetry publishing with double entendre

Updated on June 3, 2010

Pannish Veil

Pannish Veil


Spring Air, making damp,

warm groomed underbrush


Silk Forests, teeming with Hickory Wood

Two bunnies romp
Scents that excite, nostrils flare
When the hares run bare


Feverishly palming on downy delights
Doeful eyes,

glazed gaze

Brown nether delta, explored
In and Out

Roman warrior,.clad

Battling life, plastically
Thousands die in reservoir land

Crevice jelly, tastes explored
Hip hug, pungent air


Reaching deeply, Tut’s lair
Pricked softly, edge pulling hair
Openly spreading our shared gates

Lovingly leading

immediately feeding
falling and seeing
feeling and reeling
soaring and rowing
fluids are flowing
roosters are crowing
hares run bare


tree to flee
pushin bush
pinch, scratch, kiss
withholdin bliss


legs, members and hair,
This tangled affair
Gives glimpse of
life’s purpose
Missionary and chair


Hidden temple,
your spices I crave
texture, flavor, really close shave
while rhythmically lathering organic shafts
with nectar of gods, tongue-lapped

Chakra Line, Kama flow
Demi-gods, trumpets blow


Hares ran bare, moist pockets crying,
nights of undress and sacred congress lying


Deflating King Richard
And the pride that he claims
Knowledge of bible both
Inside and out . . . in and. . . . . out


Leaking birthplaces Loving marathon races
Many motion only through paces


Aromatic aura of sweat-lined mounds
Drift pleasantly through satisfied minds


Pleasure bathed is the hibernating bear
Groggily gripping, wakefulness slipping
Cradle paved, bear and bare
Cradle saved, romanware




This is an older poem of mine that was gathering dust...its been reviewed many a times and I am very surprised when the reader misses my adolescent jokes, so im creating a key of allusions here at the bottom.

Double entendre poetry
Double entendre poetry

Key

Double entendre:

A figure of speech in which a spoken phrase can be understood in either of two ways, In most cases, the first meaning is presumed to be innocent and straightforward, while the second meaning is risqué, inappropriate, or at least ironic, requiring the hearer to have some additional knowledge

Pan

God of greek mythology, usually depicted as a faun or a satyr, associated with spring and fertility.Pan is famous for his sexual powers, and is often depicted with an erect phallus. Can claim faim to having had all of the maenads! His music is sometimes claimed to lead to orgiastic celebration.

Is a very cool character in a Tom Robbins novel of which the  title that currently escapes me

Kama

is pleasure, sensual gratification, sexual fulfillment, pleasure of the senses, desire, eros, the aesthetic enjoyment of life in Sanskrit, also Kama-deva is the the Hindu god equivalent to the Greek Eros and the Roman Cupid

That should be enough for the key

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An encounter with censorship

Somehow this writing was flagged as deceptively tagged or titled and pulled from publication.

The title was Pannish Veil some adolescent double entendre - which means a poem with double meaning probably carnal and stemming from an adolescent viewpoint - I have added A POEM WITH ALLUSIONS TO SEX in the title to clear up the issue for those who didnt pay attention in literature class - not that this is any great classic, but it is certainly within community standards..if you can see anything deviant or inappropriate in the content then its stemmed from your own head - you should be ashamed!

The tags are poetry,writing, poems, creative writing

It used to include Love, religion, relationships and Tom Robbins - all very relevant tags but they are being removed - Im thinking someone confused their religion with all religion? as Pan would be a God as would Kama?

Anyway, not a fan of censorship...or puddingheads


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    • ncmonroe1981 profile image

      ncmonroe1981 

      9 years ago from West Virginia

      Nicely done! A shame it was flagged. I found it quite tasteful and hot at the same time. The brain IS the most exciting organ, after all. Jeez. Can't even be sexyclever anymore. ;-)

    • BeccaHubbardWoods profile image

      Becca Hubbard-Woods 

      9 years ago from Outside your window.

      How ridiculous that this was flagged. Great poem.

    • rmcrayne profile image

      rmcrayne 

      9 years ago from San Antonio Texas

      On first read, I loved the rhythm of the piece and the unexpected phrases. After reading the "code", and re-reading the piece, I smiled even more. Very clever and enjoyable.

    • R. Blue profile image

      R. Blue 

      9 years ago from Right here

      I love double entendre...not that I know what you're speaking of.....but somehow I got the feeling something or someone was f**king like a pair of rabbits......just me probably

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      C. C. Riter 

      9 years ago

      hmmm, deflating the King, missinary and chair? Little Richard is aroused. haha very good this tangled affair. thanks

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