Two years they cleaved fully unto one another sans fears
Co-inhabited in one another’s flesh and spirit sans tears
Love scaled many highs, a few lows and then disappeared
She started feeling ambivalent emotions that were weird
Now when he tried to touch her, she recoiled and veered
Her love was a stranger now as new emotions appeared
She felt her pulse quicken on seeing her gal pal oh so dear
Her sight triggered in her joy n an adrenalin rush in full gear
She had to control hard from throwing herself in those arms
All her pent up insatiate desires were centered in other charms
Her being had done an emotional U-turn creating much alarm
She fell in love deeply n only she could her heart cockles warm
Thus love that is a priceless wonderful gift of mankind
Created new, normally and hitherto unheard of love binds
Two souls gravitated towards each other in awe and wonder
Each fulfilling completing the other that none could asunder
Soul is genderless and thus need be not slave to any gender
Love true love is supreme and all else then ceases to matter!!
Man and woman, man with man or woman to woman
Now at end of day who loves whom does it really matter
Cupid strikes love in bosom of two starved seeking souls
Where innocent love sprouts and blooms full of wonder
Love in any shape, form or vessel is valuable in its ardor
Let it multiply, depleting other ills that mankind plunder
I’m not homosexual, I’m not hetrosexual,
I’m just sexual.
Michael Stipe American, Musician
There is no such thing as a homosexual or
a heterosexual person. There are only homo- or
heterosexual acts. Most people are a
mixture of impulses if not practices.
Gore Vidal American, Novelist
I am a writer who happens to love women.
I am not a lesbian who happens to write.
Jeanette Winterson British, Novelist
Valentino was apparently gay or bisexual. And his two lesbian wives.
But without any question, he had sex with men.
From choice. So he was one or the other.
Cesar Romero American, Actor
The fact that a person loves one particular person is what is important;
the life lesson, whether you are homosexual or heterosexual,
is that you not be promiscuous, and true to one person.
Loretta Devine American, Actress
English culture is basically homosexual in the sense
that the men only really care about other men.
Germaine Greer Australian, Activist
I’m homosexual… How and why are idle questions. It’s a little
like wanting to know why my eyes are green.
Jean Genet French, Dramatist
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