Somewhere by the blue Nile, Tears flowing, Thorny shrubs pierce the skin, blood pouring into glass of wine, Khamseen blew to relief, dissecting the heart to pieces, dressing it in dirt and dust, And burying the ruins deep inside khamseen blew kissing the cracked lips, touching the hips, like… Continue reading KHAMSEEN
A slight touch of red, mixed with an ounce of orange Spread like butter over bread, With a bright yellow centre, And tentacles of rays diverging out, Like venomous snakes of Medusa's head, And singing magpie, flying in flocks, Like black seeds inside the papaya skin. The bulging waves wavering to the shore, . .… Continue reading FROM DUSK TO DAWN
Is she beautiful? Yes, I think she is, She has a nose rightly placed Between her eyes, Neither one bigger than other Her face symmetric, Brow thick and brown, Lips pink and plump, And she has a dimple, as she smiles I must call it an asset, Yes, she is beautiful But, she'll only believe… Continue reading Is She Beautiful?
Hand in hand we are sitting on the bench Facing the lakeside, downtown Ducklings playing duck games, Children flying paper planes, I lean my head on your shoulders, And blankly stare the sky, Its reflection on the lake, Clear and blue, the water steady Probably like you and me, "Is this forever?" You looked at… Continue reading Forever
Under the crescent moon, In the pine forest I stand barefooted. Unaware. The moonlight shimmers the spiky pine leaves, Infiltrate Pierce my skin. I close my eyes, A cool breeze Kiss my lips, And I smile.
Inch by inch, An undulating desire To touch the fire, Penetrate into me. Incandescence took away all the dark, The pain or the fear, Do you still question an adulterer? As I took a step closer, A passionate heat engulfs me, Intimidated for a while, Am I sinking into an endless well of sorrow? Remeiniscence,… Continue reading ADULTERY
It isn’t a very good day to talk; But the sun is shining brightly And i cannot resist, Blame my inadequacy, my constant struggle to meet ends, my ordinary face or my chaotic self. I was almost there and i lost it at the flick of my eyes, like it never existed. I wanted to… Continue reading The Hassle of Love- Love never confronted parting never confirmed