Treasure Island

Nikhil Parekh

(27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

love me


Caress me; triggering every part of my diminutively
impoverished countenance; to fulminate into a
thunderstorm of sensuously exhilarating fantasy,

Kiss me; wildly igniting every dormant pore of my
pathetically dwindling skin; to erupt into a paradise
of everlastingly mesmerizing beauty,
Tickle me; making me mischievously reminisce all
innocuously glorious moments of my philandering
childhood; engulfing the mists of disparaging
desperation enshrouding my forehead with the hills of
rollicking playfulness,
Pat me; compassionately consoling even the most
infinitesimal pore of traumatized agony in my
trembling soul; profoundly reinvigorating every step
that I transgressed with the light of Omnipotent
togetherness,
Cuddle me; resplendently tracing the murderously
exhausted outlines of my sagging ribs; with the
insatiably enchanting magic in your divinely fingers,
Enlighten me; Omnisciently filtering a path of
magically proliferating righteousness in the chapter
of my disastrously disappearing and faltering life,
Refresh me; voluptuously painting the canvas of my
baselessly treacherous existence; with the colors of
your panoramically spell binding enchantment,
Bless me; inundating the insidiously shattering
threads of my life; with the untamed fires of
perpetual truth; majestically blazing in your
unflinching eyes,
Titillate me; indefatigably melanging the tantalizing
rivulets of golden sweat in your ravishing visage;
with the unparalleled heat that diffused from my form;
all the time,
Fascinate me; unfurling into an unsurpassable
entrenchment of exotically harmonious newness;
marvelously awakening me from my despairing coffin of
brutally sullen remorsefulness,
Pinch me; flirtatiously carving an unfathomable tunnel
of desire through my obsoletely drifting senses;
metamorphosing every diffidently deteriorating pore of
my body into a fathomlessly regale valley of perennial
poetry,
Inspire me; incessantly urging me to intrepidly keep
marching ahead; evolve into the Sun of unconquerably
humanitarian victory on every step that I nimbly
tread,
Drown me; profusely encapsulating even the most
inconspicuous element of my truculently extradited
demeanor; with the mantra of ecstatically symbiotic
sharing,
Tempt me; inevitably evoking even the most dolorously
deadened arena of my lackluster body; to timelessly
coalesce with the profoundly unsurpassable artistry
diffusing from your breath,

Unwind me; uninhibitedly freeing every ingredient of
asphyxiating manipulation from my countenance for
centuries unprecedented; endowing a wind of eternal
bliss upon every droplet of my invidiously evaporating
blood,
Tame me; holistically blending the merciless prejudice
ruthlessly ingrained in my worthless persona; with the
pricelessly aristocratic rudiments of mother nature,
Embrace me; wholesomely bonding even the most feeble
part of your magnetic body forever with mine; letting
your amiably Omnipresent warmth; be my most faithful
friend till the end of my time,
Tease me; being the ultimate angel of my indigently
cursed life; fomenting me to ebulliently explode into
an insurmountably endless gorge of endless cries,
And love me; immortally uniting the beats of your
philanthropically palpitating heart forever with mine;
irrefutably making sure that not even the most
minuscule of ghost or spirit could ever invade; our
tireless rhyme. 

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

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  • Mohammad Skati (8/16/2014 10:31:00 AM)

    It's a very great poem of love. It needs someone to read as many times as he or she can. Good luck. (Report) Reply

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