Treasure Island

amitav mazumdar

An episode of love

I'll fly to make your wings flap
Birds even dare to ascend high
The enormous space and beneath the blue sky
Our body'll spin like flashy ride
Even if you fears to step outside.

I'll go to catch your glimpse
The earthy threshold whereon you stood like a toadstool
my lips'll stuck like a dead fly there
The sparkling moon'll melts upon and pour over
hundreds of spears and arrows will dance
and crisscrosses in the air
My eyes'll become warm for you
Like the Tropical Sun
And when at the time of floods
I'll swim and swim
In the depths of your flesh
And churn out all the passion
Without a single embrace.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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a love that I've always cherished for

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