noctiluca scintillans


Happy couple of 50s


'50s' is only what I see them is
deep down they're still teens
Lost entirely in each other's Love
Only Love

Resting in her man's shoulders
Asking to do same in hers
'You hadn't seen it but I did'
Looking at his eyes
She fail to notice
Notice, his side near windowpane
getting wet by rain, thereby
setting him cold

Whereas
secured enough, she was hot
even in her year old sari and chaubandi
Torn though the shirt and suruwal are, at few places
it had bothered him, least
cause he already has his girl
been having since decades
who no longer would ride off
On the back of a horse with secret imaginary prince

Driving away all concerns of rest of the world
the happy couple of 50s continue their ride
And I wishing them teen love for life
Got off the bus
Thanking the moment
for a beautiful and lovely sight

Submitted: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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on my way back home, in bus, seen this scene

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