Mittur Ramprasad


Forbidden Love


FORBIDDEN LOVE

Curls in your flowing hair
Exotic perfume that you wear
Beauty beyond compare
Sometimes makes me to dare

For the forbidden love
Yearning to promove
Then voice of conscience
Does not give affirmance
To yield for forbidden love

Smile on your red lips
Rocking and rolling hips
Listening to your quips
Sometimes makes me worship

For the bidden love
Longing to groove
Then echoes of oath
Does not erase truth
To yield for forbidden love

Sounds of your sweet voice
Makes my heart to rejoice
Like touch of poultice
Entices to make sacrifice

For the forbidden love
Craving to commove
Then face of reality
Reveals the morality
To yield for forbidden love

Submitted: Saturday, June 20, 2009

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