Williamsji Maveli

Rookie - 48 Points (23/04/1955 / IRINJALAKUDA)

My third Eye


With my third eye

With my third eye,
I can visualize always, my dear
you, lying in a deep sleep there,
waiting for my blissful touch
Which bring pleasure as such

With my third eye,
I can imagine always, my dear
you, longing in much despair
Breathing for my sweet kiss
Which, in turn you may miss

With my third eye,
I can see always, my own ways
you, smiling in half closed eyes
as your nude body is ever spicy
And my cherry lips grows juicy.


By Williamsji Maveli

Email: williamsji@yahoo.com
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Submitted: Saturday, August 25, 2012
Edited: Friday, January 04, 2013
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Every creatures in this universe is having a third eye.
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From the Anthology of lyrics, both in English & Malayalam (bilingual, translated by the author)
and titled as 'Forever, lovingly yours.......', (Pranayapoorm, Ennennum Nintee...)
written by Williams George Maveli. (Williamsji Maveli)
Email: williamsji@yahoo.com

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