Dr. Yogesh Sharma

Rookie - 39 Points (1-7-1959 / india)

Hidden Treasure


When clad,
Nobody visualizes
The treasure hidden
Under wrappers.

As, in daylight,
None has notion
Of the stars and moon,
In the blue sky.

But bare in the day,
And bare in the night,
Vibrate the imagination
And the world of life.

Your thighs stand out.
Your hips excel,
Shines all your
Squeeze lyre.

Your couture bosoms
- As two vivacious balls,
Adding passion,
To your youthful torso.

Your bosom glows,
Ah! piercing nipples!
Greasy and slim back!
Ravishing sides! Pliable shoulders!

When naked, eyes:
Become insightful also:
Gaze deeper and deeper;
Fixed but more fluid.

Within those penetrating looks,
Beauty glides, swims, leaps,
extensive and moving,
In a right direction, plunging!

Diving deeper and deeper;
In the being, where only;
Bliss and ecstasy smiles,
Only naked and naked world.

Images imprinted in the heart,
By sensuous painter,
Take a deep bathe,
In the mystical regions.

To be simple but stylish,
Be hard but gaze yielding,
Be anxious but stare calm,
Be a victor but appear virgin.

That is the way to live,
With body and soul un-wrapped,
Un-clad, free and open,
Why the world be otherwise?

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 08, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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