Praveen Kumar in Simply Yours

02. Young Romance - Poem by Praveen Kumar in Simply Yours

Soft lights of his intense eyes
Deluged her firm round beautiful breasts;
The intense desire of his brooding heart
Seized her soft sensitive breasts;
The sheet of sweet joy that caught them both,
Lit their souls, defreezed passions;
The flames of warmth that spread like fire,
Hid their cares in sweet abandonment;
The fragrance of beauty on the melody's back
Rode like mad dance from heart to heart.

The shock of joy shook both the loves,
The sweep of sweet warm sensual currents
Squeezed their limbs to a lascivious juice
Of dripping desires and poppied dreams;
A new world where none except the loves,
A new world where none except the loves
Live like gods in lonely splendor
Rose from the desires like bright full moon;
She hid her breasts from his poignant eyes
In pride's pregnant pleasant mock shy.

He knew her tricks, he knew her works,
He knew her desires, he knew her pleasures;
Yet, impatient for her mysterious treasures,
His heart begged her for kindness;
His soul aflame sparkled through eyes;
Yet, still in motion and dumb in sprite,
He honoured her rules and looked aside;
Her passions stirred, emotions streamed,
In unreserved joy, she uncovered her breasts
For the feast of her love's glowing eyes.

They rolled in pleasure, they heaved in joy;
They were drugged in mad desire for each;
She lived in his joy and he, in her,
They shed their beings to reach each other;
She found her world in him, and he, in her,
The eager loves sought to dissolve in the other;
No fears touched them, no pride or comforts;
Like the sunshine meets the sky in daybreak,
They fused in soft passionate hug
And spread white glow of immortal light.

Comments about 02. Young Romance by Praveen Kumar in Simply Yours

  • (7/21/2010 9:42:00 AM)

    ‘She found her world in him, and he, in her, ‘The eager loves sought to dissolve in the other; ’ ~ May seem to others as lurid but Hon’ble Poet has maneuvered both words and emotions within poetic aesthetics…and climaxed in these two lines quoted… thanks for sharing
    Ms. Nivedita
    PS Clicked as MPL
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Poem Edited: Thursday, October 31, 2013

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