Ravelling Ugly Monster - Poem by VIPINS PUTHOORAN
Tonight, I don't want you
Never I like to be on your side
You're enchanting and cheating me
To entangle everything around me
To slave me in your voluptious captivation
To fetter me under your feet of drowsiness.
I hate your smell and colour all the time
You brood like fire in the brim of my bed.
You varnish a crystal fence outside you
With your colour to camouflage me
You try to thirst my blood like a vampire
Your mawkish mouth is like an opened tomb
But I starve not to sip your sour lips
To dehumanize my animated passions.
You fascinate me to adorn a masquerade
Over my goodness if I taste you.
Yes, you're an ugly monster from a goblet
But you never knew that I'm a richman
Of unblemished desires
With unbroken dreams and thoughts.
My dreams thrust me to live,
Though my life is depressing
And exhilarating me sometimes
In both state I needn't your presence,
Because I hate such a Ravelling Ugly Monster
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