Aminath Neena

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A taste of my Poetry for you


Let me invite you
for a dive
into my
flaming
erogenous
heart
where my emotions
are laid bare

Take
a plunge
into its creamy
satiny folds
of desire
to which none
could ever claim
a share

You can
flip through
the canvas
of my naked
thoughts
and read
page by page
at your leisure-

And nibble on
the juicy buds
Of my creative soul
and taste
its different
artistic flavours
at your own
pleasure

Or perhaps
turn over
so that
I could pour out
into your
trembling heart-
the joie de vivre
of my lucid poetry

and fumble through
your mind filling
you with pages and pages
of delicious words
embroidered
with the
virgin silk
of my coquetry-

And I know that
you would never
forget the first time
I touched you with
the exquisite warmth
of my thoughts
and the ecstatic depth
of my words.


(C) - Aminath Neena

Submitted: Friday, September 05, 2014
Edited: Friday, September 05, 2014

Topic of this poem: passion


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