Conditionless Lust - Poem by Suraj Samtani
I know not who you are to me.
I knew not who you were to me.
All I want is your love, support & care.
That is what I demand with my soul, oh so bare.
Give with your will,
& demand for no bill.
Meet me at the same place,
Whence we're eluded from life's race.
Meet me at the same time,
Whence minutes don't cost a dime.
Meet me undressed,
So your body can be caressed.
O how my desires are,
Expressing to you would take no hour.
Feel me to the dawn's dusk,
Feeling you to the dusk's dawn.
Come, lets go to a motel,
For there is too much public in a hotel.
In private we shall lust,
In you I love even rust.
Why, oh why, does it seem,
That now my minute's every theme
Is spent wondering where, oh where,
Has your soul, mind, & body been since in there?
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