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RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL

(7TH OCTOBER 1951 / Trissur, Kerala State, India.)

HOT RUB IN A BUS.


She cried for
She had to travel
A long distance,
After her studies
From her university,
The boy consoling her,
She got a seat
Near the front,
Next to the aisle,
Beside a middle aged man,
With her forlorn thoughts
Crowding her mind,
Finding them unbearable,
She put her legs across
On the man's legs,
Softly rubbing on his
Making him sensitive,
And unberable to her advances,
He started rubbibg her
All over her body
Throughout the night,
She enjoying it all the way
To her home and leaving
Him all alone to make him wonder
What it was all about,
And why she used his old self
For her sensual peasure,
Without even uttering a word,
And enlightening him
Of sensuality of women,
At a time he has spent
Most of his lifetime wondering,
About women's secret feelings.

Ravikiran Arakkal.

Submitted: Monday, February 11, 2008

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