Immaculate Voyeur


Stares pierce amber airLooking for some sort of bright;Glaring politenessWaved past, all Hope’s drab is lostFaded by direct sunlightIf the shade were pulledPrivate would not be Public;Look — Lewd’s clamoringAlways delighted to seeNaked indelicacies “In order to know virtue, we must first acquaint ourselves with vice.”     Music― Marquis de Sade    Scars

Source: Immaculate Voyeur

Stares pierce amber air
Looking for some sort of bright;
Glaring politeness
Waved past, all Hope’s drab is lost
Faded by direct sunlight

If the shade were pulled
Private would not be Public;
Look — Lewd’s clamoring
Always delighted to see
Naked indelicacies

 

“In order to know virtue, we must first acquaint ourselves with vice.”     Music
― Marquis de Sade    Scars

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