Company Of A Stranger - Poem by Sunil D'pudi
Resound in the rooms for ages.
I sleep with my body.
My heart, my emotions, my instincts
- all locked in the deepest chambers.
Once in a while
In the late hours of the night,
A hand would lazily fall between my thighs;
And as nonchalantly,
Deprived of all sensations,
I would shove the hand
Back to its place.
Is just another season to me.
Is just another discomfort to him.
For all these years
I'd been living in the company of a stranger.
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