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>≫≫≫ The Deeds I Did Last Night

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No connection I find between earthquake and rain
Yet she shakes and cries for the deeds I did last night
At a restaurant I took a plate of fried rice
and two pieces of boneless fish
And rubbed a title chicks against chicks
and kissed the pod- lips of white lies
but I wonder what is that to her
what's the relation the mother of truth has with me!
I did not do anything and kept myself aloof
to save my skin and avoid her bitter taste
I took shelter and hid behind the back of half-truths
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Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: love
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Gajanan Mishra 04 June 2014
mother of truth, I like it, thanks l
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