Treasure Island


(29-06-1976 / Guskara-Burdwan)

love comes every other day....

love comes every other day
keeps like a dream one full day
love comes every other day
keeps like a dream one full day
we leap into fire and burn ourselves
leave pink petal nest turned into ashes

two hands are too ready to grasp
other too hands
two hearts are like two live match-boxes
passion-headed match-stick just strikes up
desire bomb blows up from pecks to french kisses
we love to see us stripped off and in sweat-wet pieces

love comes every other day
keeps like a dream one full day
all pillow-talks in whisper or sound
come again and again round and round
one-night-stand or just frolicsome fling
all amorous sighs give off love bling-bling

yeah..we can not go without it
yeah...yeah...we need it and must have it
all kids play the same old game
they may call it by their new name
love comes every other day
keeps like a dream one full day

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2014

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  • Soumita Sarkar (6/23/2014 12:36:00 AM)

    Yes agreed that love comes everyday...........some hidden desire ablaze.............some conquer our loneliness...some are sure to hold a name and most fly away like sand............ (Report) Reply

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