The Immaculate Orgasm

“Even if there is only one possible unified theory, it is just a set of rules and equations. What is it that breathes fire into the equations and makes a universe for them to describe?”
– Stephen Hawking

Introduction: Throughout your life you have been educated in both Creationism, Evolution, the Big Bang. It is time you were given the true origin of the universe.

The Immaculate Orgasm

In the darkness of the void

There is only she

The goddess

She generates-first moisture

As her curious tongue

Whets full lips

With the searching

Teasing, frenzied

Explorations of her body

She generates

First heat

Molten waves

Primal, copious, forceful, fertile

Courses through her


Oh Great Earth Mother

Ravishing, clawing digits prod

Breaking through the surface

Probing deeper

Stimulating the core

Compressing volatile matter

Moist lips – tremble

Pounding pelvic thrusts

Pulse quickens

Heavy spasmodic gasps for air

Guttural screams

The silence – broken

Muscles heave – ejaculating matter

Propelling it across the darkness

… And there is light



Author: Léa

A wanderer who has found home and herself in the South of France.

21 thoughts on “The Immaculate Orgasm”

  1. Wow lea!! What an amazing image, I love the way you have written this. Your last line “and there is light” is beautiful and the whole poem throws new light onto this whole process! wonderful!




    1. Thank you Christine. If nothing else, it was fun to write and fun to read at a poetry reading! While I realise that, perhaps, too often I write about the darkness in my life and the lives of others I do love to laugh and that is even better when shared. 🙂



      1. I meant to type “quintessential.” Sorry! Luckily yu knew what I meant anyway. 😉

        Léa, I’ve nominated you for the Super Sweet Bloggers Award. Please go to my blog post for Saturday, 1 September for the details!! *smooch* Miss Maura

  2. Yes, I do indeed like this very much! It’s quite descriptive and utilization of sexual imagery for creation is, of course, more than fitting; looks like I’ll return again and again too.

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