Treasure Island

Shemsi Elsani



Standing in nakedness
Captured, in every angles
To the highest of resolutions
Detailing every single creases
Of those delicate skins
Down to the minute of pores
Nothing missed, nothing left

Smiled forcefully
Giving the best of the loveliness
Stared at the lenses
Thousands of sadness
Clouding the facial grimaces
Once was very adorable
Like heavens
The moments

Blinked by the flash
Reflected young flesh
Every inch of pulchritude
Shone brilliantly
For the world to crave
Surging the desires of many

Every curves cut elegantly
Customized fashionly
To the perfection of beautousness
Arousing the irresistability
Of the urge to lure
The flesh of forbidden

Punished by the powerlessness
For the innocence exploited
Chomp the childhood
Denied the freedom
Drowned by lustfulness
Hunted by guiltiness

Submitted: Thursday, July 11, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 12, 2013
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