Dr. Sakti P. Chakravorty


esspeecee …11.06.09.

Why browse
Thro’ eyes
Why not open file?
And save as
‘Save as…’

Cut and paste
You can do
But it’s not
Aye: To love.

Copy and paste
Still not
Aye: To love.

Open the file
Fiddle and fondle me
I can’t be hidden file
If saved as
‘Save as…’

Browsing thro’ heart,
Bring me near
To your
Tremulous heart
I’ll be with you too in
Choreographic synchrony.

Make a virus check
To prevent goofing
Love is:
Dewy drops of rapture
Get coalesced effortlessly.

When saved
Send the love
To me by
E-mail with correct ID.

I’ll save
It, as save as…

No, save into
My breast silhouette
Where plays cosmetic
Red, blue, green &c
A designer
Canopy of
My Romance Point.

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Submitted: Saturday, June 13, 2009
Edited: Monday, September 07, 2009

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  • Rookie Katang Chakravorty (12/14/2009 10:46:00 AM)

    Eternity is the abode of Thee
    Fine composition thanks…

    Next some body asked…computer love….next what?
    It’s LOVE in PC or IC*
    Well written…
    * Inside Chest = Heart (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Photode Photode (10/6/2009 3:13:00 AM)

    ‘…save into
    My breast silhouette
    Where plays cosmetic
    Red, blue, green &c
    A designer
    Canopy of
    My Romance Point’

    It speaks every thing.
    PO PO (Report) Reply

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