Tajudeen Shah

Freshman - 1,278 Points (India.)

A Natural She


"She had long hair
Many would envy!

Full soft pink lips
With a specific line
Projected sharp,
One could make
Her heart's contour.

Eyes, Wide and wild
Reflecting a smile
In its line and lashes,
But had deep hidden
Whispers that only
I could read certain.

Her breath made me
Bite her cheeks
And tease her nose,
Cause it smelled as
Tender Mango leaves!

She was hostile to
Make ups or scents.
Her sweat smelled wild
As pineapple blossoms,
Luring Angles and Jinns,
Men and Animals alike.

Adorned her for ages
With desires immense.
Fate had plans secret,
Diverse and lethal!

Submitted: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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Memory of a sensuous friend whom kept adoring for ages, but could never feel the human content, Kind of an encounter as Keat's 'Ode on a Gracian Urn'image of the youth. Still do the desire remain chaste and enduring. God Bless those poets who dine upon the above verses and share their interpretations and reviews.

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