Shankaran Kutty

Gold Star - 5,322 Points (1st November / Alleppey)

Seven Deadly Sins - Lust - Poem by Shankaran Kutty

Come here my love, come to me
Your presence by my side I ask of thee
The fragrance of flowers that adorn your hair
Spreads the desire for love across my lair
In this world where beauty abound
A prettier lass, I still haven’t found
You aren’t mine, I have a wife
Yet you are the only goal in my life
Mistake me not, it is not love
It is your body, I need somehow
It is you today, someone else the morrow
The call of my lust, is all I follow
To hold your hands and walk the garden path
To partake of you the beauty thou hath
I want to wrap my arms around you tight
To see your glory, to drink in the sight
I want to get lost in your sparkling eyes
To watch your bosom heave and rise
Hold me my dear, your sensuous touch
Those fingers in mine to tightly clutch
Run my fingers through your hair so long
From your lips to hear a lovers song
Come to me for let me seek
In shyness dabbles of pink adorned cheek
Your presence so close sets my body on fire
To make you mine, my only desire
Can’t you hear like drums my heart beat
I can’t wait dear, for our lips to meet
Under this blanket of darkness the night has spun
You and me, let us become one

Topic(s) of this poem: sin


Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is an attempt to write on the seven deadly sins. This is sixth in the series - on Lust.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 13, 2015



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