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Pre-Prepared Pre-Packaged Pleasure

P Tautogram - about a familiar subject.

By Paul StewartPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
Pre-Prepared Pre-Packaged Pleasure
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Pre-Prepared Pre-Packaged Pleasure

Pyschological and Physical

Penile

PIV

Perforating Punchering

Punctured Pieces

Perspective is Perception

Physiological the Partner

Pride in Potency

Pushing People

Play Part

Penetrating Powerful

Proficient

Profound Phenomenon

Propensity

Pounding and Pouncing

Pain is Private

Producing Predators

Producing Prey

Photographic Patterns

Pornography

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Thanks for reading!

Author's Notes: Another thing I found down the back of the digital sofa that is my WIP folder. For the Tautogram Challenge from last year. About a subject that is...well I don't want to really say close to my heart...more like a sore subject...one I am working through...even more so now. Anyway. Enjoy?

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Paul Stewart

Scottish-Italian poet/writer from Glasgow.

Overflowing in English language torture and word abuse.

"Every man has a sane spot somewhere" R.L Stevenson

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  • Rachel Deeming3 months ago

    It's cathartic, this. I think this is all part of the process, to use some 'p's' to describe it for aptness.

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