Freitag, 1. Oktober 2010

Fuck - Poem by D H Lawrence - Fuck is a Heavenly Gift to Rejoice!

Fuck is a profanity (English-language) word which refers to the act of sexual intercourse. It is also often used to denote disdain or as an intensifier. The origin of the word is obscure. It is usually considered to be first attested to around 1475, but it may be considerably older. In modern usage, fuck and its derivatives (such as fucker and fucking) can be used in the position of a noun, a verb, an adjective or an adverb. There are many common phrases which make use of the word, as well as a number of compounds incorporating it
 

Sensual kissing is an inspiring foreplay to intimate fucking.


Fuck - Fucking

Explicit Sex Reflection


The Term Fuck in Everyday Language
The word's use is considered obscene in social contexts, but may be common in informal and familiar situations. It is unclear whether the word has always been considered vulgar, and if not, when it first came to be used to describe (often in an extremely angry, hostile or belligerent manner) unpleasant circumstances or people in an intentionally offensive way. In the modern English-speaking world, the word FUCK is often considered highly offensive. Most English-speaking countries censor it on television and radio.
The term FUCK remains a taboo word to many people in English-speaking countries. It was the writer D. H. Lawrence who in 1928 broke this taboo for his then novel. In LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER he used FUCK permanently and very self-evident.






Fuck

A Poem by D. H. Lawrence


"To make sex a dirty thing is the crime of our time.   
We need love and devotion to us and in sex,
because fucking is a sacrament of joy."



The exploration of the naked female body and 
the fondling of breasts with lips is true delightful for every man.


The English writer David Herbert Lawrence (1885-1930) has in his work among other things also worked intensively with the topic of sex. Perceived as a scandal in his novel "Lady Chatterley's Lover" (1928) he used repeatedly to publicly the scorned terms "fuck", "fucked", "fucking". The term "fuck" aka "fucking" for sexual intercourse was considered to be extremely vulgar at that time and led to the exile of the novel. It took another 30 years before "fuck" - "fucking" could be officially printed for the first time.


The decoration of the naked, female body with flowers 
is part of an improvised wedding game, performed by the happy love couple. 


D. H. Lawrence in the poem about sex criticized correctly, that the most beautiful thing in the world unfortunately is often made ​​into a dirty act. The demonization and moral condemnation of physical love he perceives as a crime against humanity. With his correction he promoted a new ideal: people need love and they always live from dedication and sex.


The wedding game continues with kissing to each other.


And then comes the bombshell: Fucking is a sacrament of joy! The formulation is unusual and daring. The combination of the words FUCK - SACRAMENT - JOY is quite provocative. The writer wants to say: The act of love (fuck) is the source of life (sacrament) and serves to the joy of the people.


A sexual highlight of each love relationship is the penetration. The aroused man knows exactly that the sex-obsessed woman wants to be fucked deep.


Fucking here does not mean - only in a pornographic constricting sense - the penetration of the vagina by the penis. Rather it is here a poetic expression for the physical and spiritual union of a pair of lovers in intimate sexual activity. This also includes the sensual foreplay, the passionate climax and the delightful sequel. In this holistic sense of the act of love the fucking throws the combined love partner into heavenly spheres. And there they can shout and cheer in ecstasy.

  The classic highliht of an intimate, sexual relation is
an intense fucking in the missionary position on bed.


The religious word sacrament maybe more accurately can be replaced and better illusrated with the characterization as a gift from heaven. Then the poem - freely paraphrased by D. H. Lawrence - could be called: 

Fucking is a Heavenly Gift to Rejoice!


Erotic eye view moments for fun and relax 
belong to each sensual celebration of carnal desire.


Director Just Jaeckin produced the Lady Chatterly story in 1981 with attractive celebrities Sylvia Kristel and Nicholas Clay. Their erotic and aesthetically filmed love scenes impressively embody D. H. Lawrence' poem in a sensual way.
 

To enjoy the merging of bodies during penetration
is part of the sensual and inspiring end game after orgasm.


The Photos for illustration the poem fuck come from the D. H. Lawrence adaptation LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER from 1981, starring Sylvia Kristel as Lady Chatterley and Nicholas Clay as gamekeeper Mellors, directed by Just Jaeckin.


Clip LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER - A Sensual Celebration of Fucking
video


 
 Fucking is a Heavenly Gift to Rejoice!

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