I have reread this poem over and over again in an attempt to discover its "inappropriateness," and I just don't see it.
The poem is rich and powerful, so full of the longing and truth of being a woman. Words are only 'dirty' if you make them so.
How sad that once again, someone feels that art has to be watered-down in order to appeal to the public.
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