Three Channels (A) - Poem by Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
Love and marriage are in a bracket.
Having sex is separate from them.
Emotions lead to love and marriage.
Carnal pleasure demands variety.
Sex can be had without prejudice to love.
Both are not counterproductive.
Marital happiness can sustain
When sex outside as a game entered.
A man goes to different strangers.
A woman gets different strangers.
No love, no affection; only passion.
No adultery; no more perversion.
She received that day three men on bed
And took them in, one in her anus,
One in her mouth and one in her part
And got locked in sex as four in one.
She satiated all the three alike
And got satiated unlike before.
All the four got the sensational end
When she received juice in her three channels.
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