Treasure Island

Suraj Samtani

(Hong Kong)

Mars Weds Venus


As a man from Mars, I may not have brought you any stars.
But as your man on Earth, I desire to destroy your every dearth.

I will be your provider and protector.
I will be your guide and leader.

I will be your source of promise and pleasure.
I will be your source of spirituality and sexuality.

I will be your hero who can save your every scene.
I will be your rock on whom you can always lean.

I will eternally radiate a power so masculine,
As long as you blossom your being that is beautifully feminine.

It is your faith in me that reassures me.
It is your trust in me that leads me.

It is your responsiveness to me that provides for me.
It is your requests to me that energises me.

It is your receptivity of me that glorifies me.
It is your respect for me that solidifies me.

Together we will create such a synergy,
As we continually complement each other's energy.

Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2014
Edited: Monday, July 14, 2014

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