Scintillating Mornings

Scintillating Mornings short poem

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Melting in cold
Rubbing my fingers on your palm
Crossing my legs over yours
By ten minutes, I snooze the alarm

I press my body against yours
Whisper a word or two
Drowning in the swivet of desires
My body feels blue

It happened last night
I could barely ask
Tides, waves; oceans deep
You touched all my body parts

Night consummated
It hummed a passionate soliloquy
Morning longs endlessly
Building on its own fantasy

As you slide away
Uncovering lithe frame
I sigh, I sigh one more morning
With my desires still aflame

…and I sing, ‘Abhi naa jao chhod kar ki dil abhi bhara nahin

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A lovely poem about passionate love:) Loved it:)