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Sudam Panigrahi

Rookie - 24 Points (26/01 / Jharsuguda)

Thought remained in brain


Sitting on a train, stressed was my brain,



Saw a beauty bedecked, gave glee to brain.



Holding a hand fan, cuing again and again,



Gosh! Hijacked my peace, bubbled my brain.











A ray of smile, gathered my lips twosome,



Smiled she back, that struck my brain.



Fanning and stealing glances, my activities, the same.



Body like an alien crane, color colored my brain.











Eyes captivating and black, became I an instant insane,



Cerise chubby cheeks; went into coma my brain.



Lying on my berth, completely out of sense,



Came she near, sense gained my brain.











How are you, asked she smiling, I had an incarnation,

Wish could have told, love you! Alas! Thought remained in brain.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013
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