My beauty surpasses Nefertitis.
See my sculptured body and delicate features.
Yet, sex makes me more beautiful!
Because I allow casanovas and strangers
to explore my triangle, and ravish my apples.
For that is the mark of megastars and supermodels,
and the curse of ghetto girls.
Let the religionists name me a “sex symbol”;
or the temple prostitute of Aphrodite.
Did not the angels and the Israelite women at Peor,
and the wives of some prophet do the same?
Preach not Divine visitation,
nor scare me with eternal plague.
So you whoremasters, unzip and come on in–even in droves,
and let me indulge myself in full measure.
For “daughter of the game” I am.
And sex is beautiful!
(EXCERPTED FROM “BEAUTIFUL,” A POETRY COLLECTION BY ARTHUR ZULU, TO BE PUBLISHED SOON. IF YOU ENJOYED READING THE POEM AND WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION TOWARD ITS PUBLICATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE AUTHOR.)
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ARTHUR ZULU is an editor, book reviewer, playwright, and published author. He also writes short stories, scripts, essays, and poems, and ghost writes for others.