Suraj Samtani

Connecting Sans Identifying

I don't know who you are,

Or where you are from.

Neither do I really care,

Nor am I bothered.

I just thank you,

For satiating my every hunger.

& I also thank you,

For choosing me to satisfy yours.

You may have a ploy at work,

Or you may really be genuine.

You may be a real gem of an angel,

Or you may be the sweetest disguise.

To your identity I've turned a blind eye,

& Hid myself in the illusion of our pure connection.

My dear, Please don't shed your skin,

For I will then promptly shed my soul.

Poem Submitted: Monday, April 9, 2012

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