Md Mahboob Alam
Just a casual walk brought me to your company.
Much needed against the worldly cacophony.
We chewed the rag and shoot the breeze.
Soon the racquets and the cork governed the eve.
Badminton at your little lawn made you my best playmate!
You groomed a cricketer well, to handle the racquet.
Sweaty badminton at your court and your sexy fragrance
Was as haughty as a cavalier sea side romance.
The stupid skirt and the childish shorts made the best pair.
While the naughty eyes looked for the another naughty pair.
Gloomy was the evening except for your merrily smiles.
Rain prickled air was relieved by your ravishing styles.
Observing your tripping footsteps on the slippery surface,
I silently admired your delicate angelic grace.
You rushed into the kitchen as the evening faded, at your doorsteps
We saw last evening off by sharing those yummy cutlets.
Ensuing Aayan and Aashima into affectionate conversation.
Last evening was indeed a breathtaking sensation.
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