Aroused, not Impaired

Inspired by academic haikus on Twitter, Remittance Girl came up with one for her own proposal:

Reading while aroused
is not like driving while drunk;
no fatalities.
Morris, M. (2014) “In defense of the aroused reader.”

Which, in turn inspired me in thinking about that theme.

Aroused, not Impaired

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When reading aroused
wet fingers to turn pages
without using tongue

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Words might warm the heart
but it takes some magic to
make the blood run hot

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Spare me your disdain
that titillating words
somehow impair us

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Eyes on the lusty
page may raise my cock, but can’t
lower my IQ

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The really good sex
stories leave you, dear readers
Turned on, not stupid

Latest Comments

  1. Remittance Girl (@remittancegirl) says:

    Yours are much more poetic. I think that may be the challenge with these things. Not taking yourself so seriously.

    • Monocle says:

      Perhaps! Most academics would probably benefit from at least a moment or two of unsober reflection every now and then.

  2. paul1510 says:

    Raz,
    damn good point, good erotica is stimulating.
    Paul.

  3. myrosegarden84 says:

    I laughed out loud on this one.
    I agree, erotica, porn, none of it makes us stupid. Cranky and single minded maybe, but not stupid. :)

    Rose

  4. willcrimson says:

    Driving aroused is not
    Like reading while drunk; unless you’re getting
    A blowjob.

  5. vanillamom says:

    hahahaha!!

    Walking while aroused-
    Dangerous with windchills low
    Slicking thighs with ice.

    nilla

    PS…Will!! LOL! These are *all* terrific!

  6. cammiesonthefloor says:

    This was such a fun and clever piece to read, made me smile.

  7. Sonia says:

    I like a lot of poetry, really wonderful erotic poem in collusion with the rhyme. I just love this. Thanks

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