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Have a listen to this amazing sex poetry for women (and men) that was created and is read by Tallulah Sulis. This is a great poem to help empower women with their sexuality and at the same time help men to understand women’s sexuality.
Who is Tallulah Sulis?
“Tallulah is now a respected and highly sought after somatic sexologist, sex educator, Hakomi counselor and coach. And you think she’ll stop there? Nahhh! Tallulah recently graduated from Interchange Counseling Institute.” – PersonalLifeMedia.com
Enjoy reading her poem below:
Learn more about Tallulah Sulis via her Facebook fan page.
Read the poem here:
Ancient portals and floating lotus petals
divinity exploding after holding onto illusion
fusion of power and grace
may the yoni and heart embrace
in the oneness we share
the creations we bear
succulent fruit which dribbles from the lips of yoni
yearning for a higher self
which knows what’s best but can’t express in gushes of luscious nectar
in the deep chasms of multiple orgasms
of a quivering body delivering sacred waters from ancient tombs
blasted open after many moons of disconnect
may we recollect the ancient priestess within us.
As we hold space for each other
women will come together
to nurture us into a future that will deliver us into the blessing of our body
as we bask in forgiveness for self-hatred that won’t serve us
light channelled through open arms and open legs as we stand in power
and rise to greet the heat we hold there
the brush paints mystery in dark crevices and lets us remember
we are the masters
once we let go of the prison of guilt and shame
sisters let’s bring glory to our name.
Celebration is the liberation we need which feeds the starving inner child
who was told not to be wild
who was told to be quiet
who was told never mind it
who was told to hide it
rise, rise and fly – the sweet tears of yoni’s cry
suppression happens when noone questions
the straight lines
the linear time
or what’s hidden behind
the mysterious depths kept bound by secrecy
if we don’t talk about it then how can we break free?
shifting our perceptions
making deep connections
realising our perfection.
Do my juices offend you?
Shall I build a dam
to keep my power from gushing
to keep my flower from opening
then I’m shut down and small so you can be tall
it happens everyday
sisters may our strength carry us
through the re-evolution necessary to break barriers of mass confusion and illusion
our power was lost and abused
to find truth can be scary
but I know we can bear it
I know we can carry it.
To trust today
to take hold of our healing
help us honour our sexuality as a gift which will lift our spirits
the calling? we can hear it
like a mother we can bear it
with our courage we can command it
like warriors we will demand it
with our grace we will serve it
and in our honour we deserve it.