HABEEBURAHMAN Thaliyil

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Let Me Drink The Wine Of Love


Let me drink the wine of love,
Until we die of it intoxicated.
Let s start our day with a drink,
Until we bathe in it tonight.

Let me wake in the memory of an immortal dusk,
Poisoned at sunset while we hide and seek in each other.
Let s share the pangs of love when we get relieved,
Until we find ourselves making love again.

I am poisoned; I am poisoned but least afraid,
Who emptied the bottle of poison she left for me.
Ah, the pain of serpent crawling in my vein,
I enjoy, I enjoy each moment I die.

Devour me by hot kisses and I am breathless,
Oh soft lips play on, play on.
I feel the venom penetrate into my skull,
Let me die drinking the wine of love.
Let s drink the wine of love,
Until we die of having it.
And sip again in the life after,
A jug of wine on the banks in the heaven.

Submitted: Monday, October 22, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 22, 2012

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