My heartbeat quickened,
And breath was stolen at her gaze,
As I saw her biting her bottom lip.
Involuntarily, I moved closer to her,
She slipped paean into my
ear and chiseled hymns into my soul.
Her magical touch, a passionate kiss,
And my soul slipped out in exhaled ecstasy.
I tasted her sweet tongue while dancing to the rhythm of our synchronized heart beats.
I tried to read the braille engraved on her spine, First with fingertips, later by caressing her skin with my lips.
Then I wrote poetry across her skin,
a tingling, a thrum,
and a quaking rivaling volcanic eruptions.
She would bow to no one,
But she kneel before me.
It was her sweet surrender,
but I was one who had defeated,
As I lost my redeemed heart to her, once again.
– Mahesh Mali.
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