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Refresh and try again. Susan m raab bdsm Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Lust by Diana Raab. Lust by Diana Raab Goodreads Author. A passionate journey through private emotional moments, Diana Raab's Lust voices the pain of loneliness and the heart's yearning for love while transcending the depths of human desire.

In her fourth book of poetry, Raab employs narrative verse that is alive, titillating, and seductive. Lust examines the emotional and physical complexity of love, helping readers navigate the A passionate journey through private emotional moments, Diana Raab's Lust voices the pain of loneliness and the heart's yearning for love while transcending the depths of human desire.

Lust examines the emotional and physical complexity of love, helping readers navigate the risks of intimacy as we move toward the realization that every experience enriches our lives, whether we perceive it as joy, pain, or out of the ordinary.

Yet for all their psychological richness, the poems' simplicity and accessibility will resonate with women and men across all walks of life. Lust is a book you won't put down and won't soon forget. Paperback90 pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Lustplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This collection of poems are more about a woman's journey through love, passion etc, and not BDSM like 50 Shades of Grey. I'm forewarning you all because while I was reading this, my friend was gawking at me like I was reading a smutty magazine. I feel very moved by these poems, and quite a few of them resonated with me.

Now I do not know about the author's private life, but there was a reference to breast cancer in a few poems. I, too, am facing cancer but of the ovaries. I know what it is like to have had a beautiful body before, but now have one with scars.

I know what it's like to not want to look in the mirror because you don't like what you see; to feel self conscious that everyone is looking at your scar. So naturally I teared up while reading poems regarding that topic because I'm living in it. I can't say the same for the rest of it because I'm not in a relationship, but I have seen parallels between the poems and my friends' romantic relationships. Feb 28, Carl Brookins rated it really liked it.

Lust, from my American Heritage dictionary is defined as overpowering or overmastering desire. Lust is also defined "Susan m raab bdsm" principally desire or love of an intense sexual nature.

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Elsewhere, love is defined as the intense and overpowering desire of a human for one of the opposite sex. I include these entries as a way into a consideration of this slender, intense, volume of narrative poems, focused, as the title suggests, on the physical elements of love and desire between the woman as writer a Lust, from my American Heritage dictionary is defined as overpowering or overmastering desire.

I include these entries as a way into a consideration of this slender, intense, volume of narrative poems, focused, as the title suggests, on the physical elements of love and desire between the woman as writer and lover and the objects of her lust and desire, which in this case are certainly male. Still, one might make a case, at times, for a feminine target and would not violate the fabric of emotion woven by the writer in these poems.

By turns, tender, firm and even raunchy, they provide a rollercoaster of insight into what might Susan m raab bdsm a long and sometimes turbulent relationship between two "Susan m raab bdsm." And while we may be drawn again and again to the explosive physical side of the relationship, it is the flow of emotional highs and lows that hold together this narrative and in the end, offer up a sort of satisfaction and even bliss.

We recognize the poet has seen and recognized the same emotions that most humans experience in the physicality of sex, that we, the readers have likewise experienced. We welcome the presence of a kindred spirit and one who, with the passage of time, speaks as we might. This is a lovely, thoughtful and joyously lustful collection of intimate times.

Aug 31, R. Provocative, dramatic, passionate words. I keep this by my bed and read a selection every night. I received this book free through the GoodReads Giveaways. The opinions in this review are my own. Sep 22, Patty rated it really liked it Shelves: An updated version can also be found on my new blog Bookish Wanderlove. It snatches and strangles our pasts "Susan m raab bdsm" and forges forbidden futures, while injecting needles of pure pleasure into any artery receptive to its dose.

When I received Lust in the mail I wasn't expecting it to be so beautiful! The picture above does not do this book justice of how beautiful that cover really is. This book this thin and really light, but what I love the most is how soft it is. This might sound weird, but there is just something about it's softness and the way it sits in my hands that just added to the whole experience of reading Lust.

So far I've read Lust twice. The first time I read Lust I was on the subway heading home and I know for a fact that the other passengers were able to pick up on what I was reading due to my facial expression and the cover. Let's just say I don't have a good poker face.

I wasn't uncomfortable with reading this in public but it's just something I probably would have wanted to read at home for my first read.

The second time I read Lust I was curled up in bed with my mug of tea and had a thunderstorm for background music. And this was a perfect way to read Lust in my opinion!

Lust covers the highs and lows of intimacy. I found myself to be completely lost within the words I was reading, at times I felt like I was in the book. I don't think I can say that I have one poem that is my favourite this may changeevery poem touched me in a different way but some of the ones I constantly read over and over again are What Women Want, Muse Me, Found, My Morphine and Protection.

These were the poems that I found myself connecting with the most, I'm not sure why exactly but these poems were the ones that just grabbed me. This doesn't mean I didn't connect with the other poems because I most certainly did, there isn't a single poem that I didn't like. It doesn't Susan m raab bdsm if your in a relationship, married, single or what, we all feel love, we all want love.

It's just this standard emotion that we all want to feel and I really believe that Lust just has a way of pulling different emotions out of it's readers, wither it be passion, sex, or the hunger and thirst for someone. Overall, Lust Susan m raab bdsm a wonderful selection of poems. Sep 01, Grace Troxel rated it really liked it. Lust is the fourth book of poetry by Diana Raab.

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The book explores the emotional and physical intimacy of love, painting brief pictures of private moments shared between individuals and the complex feelings that they evoke. As Susan m raab bdsm most collections of poems or short stories, some words seemed to leap off the page, while others fell flat.

Part of the beauty of reading a collection of work is that it gives readers a glimpse of some of the different things an author is capable of, and it gives the author a chance to experiment with different styles of writing.

The poems that I disliked were the ones that tried too hard to rhyme, which constrained the emotional message and made them seem trite. But enough of that. Most of the poems in this collection were fantastic.

On to the ones that I loved most! What Women Want This poem blew me away. Oh, and an espresso machine. Woman after my own heart! Thank You This theme of learning to accept oneself after recovering from breast cancer is a "Susan m raab bdsm" that runs through several of Susan m raab bdsm poems in the collection, and Raab presents it in a powerful and compelling way.

In this poem, a woman who survived breast cancer has an intimate encounter in the shower with a man. In the past, her sex life was complicated by young children and responsibilities. Now that her children are grown and she finally has the time, she is old, and there is Viagra on the nightstand.

I would recommend reading Lust if you are in the mood for some sensual poetry. Sep 03, Lanise rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lust by Diana Raab is a collection of erotic and romantic poetry.

Through these poems, Raab tells of how love, sex, and heartbreak affects a person's most inner being. This moving collection contains short, thought-provoking poems that delve into sensuality and love loss. As Raab introduces us to her first poem, Painting, we learn about a husband and wife that through age and life grow distant while their love fades. Raab's poetry speaks of tenderness and the delight of escape through flights of love, and yet there is a sadness that lurks beneath the surface of these erotic fantasies.

It's like a loneliness that lingers after giving readers a glimpse into love and the disappointment of a relationship. One of my favorites from this collection is The Susan m raab bdsm Time, a poem about a woman who bears a scar from breast cancer on her chest. She is tempted and falls for the wrong man and learns never to travel down that road again. Through ecstasy and moments of closeness, these poems move readers along on a journey.

And some of those paths end with sorrow, such as from the unfaithfulness of a lover. Throughout the collection there seems to be a thread uniting these poems in the lessons love teaches us about bitterness and joy. From Painting to Where Else, the thread remains and makes this collection so touching that it gently plucks at my heartstrings, playing a fine tune that is so true to everyday life.

That in the end, with love comes heartache. The poem What Women Want is a prime example of Susan m raab bdsm love is simple like a gift tied with a blue bow but a "Susan m raab bdsm" so complex that it can take a lifetime to learn its intricacies. (See Consent (BDSM)), Operation Spanner) Justin Timberlake to have a hit song, SexyBack, with the lyric "You see these shackles baby, I'm your slave!.

A passionate journey through private emotional moments, Diana Raab's Lust voices the pain of This collection of poems are more about a woman's "Susan m raab bdsm" through love, passion etc, and not BDSM like 50 Shades of Grey. . I'm never sure I understand poetry but there was a lot I liked here.

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