Treasure Island

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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  • 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

  • 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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