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Dipankar Sadhukhan

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03. Ecstasy


When you and me spend together
For hours just before twilight,
Beside the Church
Under a Christmas tree;
I keep my head on your lap
To get warmth in the midst of cold
And your sight is on my eyes,
I feel the bliss of Heaven.

When you embrace me gently
And I kiss your syrupy lips passionately,
Two hearts become single;
Two souls get oneness;
Blood in our veins dances with joy
And our hearts stop pulsating
For a while
To enjoy the ecstasy of Divine Love.


Kolkata, India,
1st July,2013.

Submitted: Thursday, October 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 26, 2013

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