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Twixt Her Naked Breasts, by Molly Montrevoir

The winner of our second poetry contest is Molly Montrevoir! Her prize is also a guest post here on UDoJ, on any topic of her choice. Allow me to reiterate that since we’re de-listed from WordPress anyway, and all “MATURE CONTENT” and all, I’m even removing the proscriptions on “The F Bomb” and pornography.

There were only two entries in this contest, and Deacon Barry’s entry was up two to zip. Molly’s sonnet pulled out a come from behind victory.

Dear Molly, E-Mail me your post, and I’ll get it up ASAP. If you’d like to include a picture or graphic with it, I’ll be happy to include that as well (though I may need to resize it for aesthetic purposes only).

We only seem to be getting a little bit of response on the idea of doing a monthly contest, but it’s all positive so far, so we’re gonna keep doing it and see how it goes. Be ready for the next one!

I’ll see if I can get the next contest up by the end of the day.

Without further ado, here is Molly’s winning sonnet –

Resting comfortably ‘tween her naked breasts,
The cane appears so innocent and spare.
Peacefully exhausted, she, and happy lying there,
To be admired, her endurance passing all tests.
And turning then, I thank our gathered guests
The ones who took this opportunity, so rare
To watch me torment one for whom I care
So deeply. Is it strange that I am not distressed
About the pain I cause my love to feel? And
Yet the blood I let is mine. As if the same
Flesh that clothes her back also clothes my hand:
The hand that held the cane, descending as she came,
That brought her peace through pain and difficult commands;
And touched her gently then. Wild, cruel, now tame.

Molly Montrevoir

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5 Responses

  1. […] first sonnet wins a contest! I’m so excited! I won my very first poetry contest. I submitted a sonnet to U Dream of Janie’s “‘twixt her naked breasts” […]

  2. Deacon Barry says:

    That is a good poem. A worthy winner. Congratulations.

  3. […] her winning poem in our Twixt Her Naked Breasts poetry contest, I give you Molly Montrevoir’s guest post: […]

  4. Nick says:

    I was snoooping the web the other day, instead of doing quantum mechanics homework when I found a website, http://www.commonsensemedia.org/ They have try to provide an incremented scale quantifying a song/movie/game’s content with regards to sexuality, language, violence, content, scariness, commercialism, drug/alcohol use, and social behavior.
    The mechanism is such that the site provides an age rating FOR EACH category based on the input of staff, and readers. Where am I going with this? I’m not sure, lets find out.

    While the job really dies lie with the parent, I feel there is a difference between “censorship” and responsible distribution of media. When you take the position of a responsible distributor, you look at the media on a case by case basis. That means you are making a judgment call each time. That means you are acknowledging your personal baggage.
    I’ll acknowledge some right now; I think R-Rated movies need to be previewed by a parent before children view them. A friend of the family brought Predator to a family get-together when I was 9 years old. I didn’t get a good night sleep for six months.

    Point, point, I know I had a point somewhere… Oh, yeah! Commonsensemedia.org. I found their review of the recent Transformers movie. There were a number of comments about the Michaela Fox’s costuming, and shot composition. This is an area I feel like censors and even responsible distributors need to take a step back. Before I knew about the birds and the bees, I knew that at some non-specific point in the future, girls would cease to be the enemy, there would be staring, hand holding, kissing(gag), and eventually marriage. I also “knew” that the cool boys would be the one dating the “pretty girl.” Beyond that, it was all “grown-up stuff” that was beyond my ken and far outside my sphere of interest.

    After I got the lecture, well my perspective started to change…

    My point is the reaction to sexuality in the media and its “impact” on children. I won’t say it has none, but its far smaller than some would have us argue. Why? Because kids don’t understand it. It goes right over their heads! Then when they are old enough to understand, well, they they understand.

    I argue that violence is different because at 9 years old, nothing short of a full-on topless sex scene would have raised an eyebrow. I would have just written it off as something I’ll understand when I’m older. On the other hand, I was able to grasp 80% if what I saw in Predator and frankly that frightened little old 9 year old me. I understood that the monster was bigger, stronger, faster than the heroes. I understood that the heroes’ weapons weren’t big enough for the job but the monster had the fire power to take them out at will. I understood that the monster used speed, and stealth to strike at will. I found this scarier than the idea of the monster being able to teleport from place to place. I didn’t understand the the hunter/prey dynamic. I didn’t understand any of the Dutch/Dillon friction. I didn’t understand Mac’s mental anguish at Blain’s death. And I certainly had no clue about the Beowulf allusions.

    So the ultimate point of this… censoring 80-90% of sexual content doesn’t protect kids because they don’t understand what they are seeing. It just makes adults feel better by projecting their own sexual baggage.

  5. […] – Oh Hermione! 2,564 August Searches – Progessively Naked Emma Watson and Other Fun Stuff 1,979 Twixt Her Naked Breasts, by Molly Montrevoir 1,691 Twixt Her Naked Breasts 1,448 YouTube Censors on Behalf of Hovind Crime Family 1,284 Wrong. […]

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