Syed Ali Sagar
For Breaking some rules
We made serios of conise rules
Five senses assisted by
The mind with the soul
My wish and desire on you
Signifies your eyes Kama and Sutra
Every day and nights
The third goal of life get practice.
We met, early bird mornings
Scissors, the lotus, and the clip.
Our sunny and rainy days before nap
Hopscotch, the slide, and the snail.
Full moon and half moon darks
Spooning, the whisper and the spider positions.
Our Bed times are grand operas
Blissfuly filled with B-language notations
Memories of our Opus
Smiling again and again
Between the body pages.
The waterfall positions and Newton’s apple
Recalling the cunnilingus and fellatio.
Age is the matter of feelings, never years
Hope of colours and sounds innovate
Harmonies of our long piece Symphonies.
Ever in my Love chamber
You are the lead of our Orchestra.
Dissolved with me High scores of
Erotic Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion and Strings.
Play and Union are matter of mind
And a kind of mental game with
Artful composition of healthy elements.
Our Virtuous living are the Dharma
Through you I attain Artha, the material prosperity
Kama the other aim of the everyday life, getting
Moksa every new version through
Our rebirth of love, the same love, the true love.
For Breaking some rules
We made serios of consise rules
Kama means wish, kama means Desire
And kama means Dicipline
Kama Not only Sutra But ever the life of Shastra.
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