Forbidden

Forbidden short poem

Uploaded by Sheena Singh


Under the dark Sky,
In full view of
The Moon
and stars,
I gaze into those eyes:
a deep sea
of mysteries
entrapping me
to a world unknown..
around the corner ..
under each shadow,
rough nails clasp
around my neck..
The touch erupts
and fills me with fear
Still, I long to linger..
my fear became fire;
unfolding a taste
of raw emotions..
Day after day,
those dark eyes,
hold me all day..
and night..
taking me for a ride
I follow blind folded..
my heart owned by
this sudden outpour
of ripened dreams

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