Sankar Sehanabis

Rookie - 168 Points (23.12.1965)

Admirer Still Alive


Hope you are well with your likes.
Seldom have I believed,
You may have achieved admirer.
You were suave but prickly,
Still you lately expressed your desire!

Oh God! What a beauty you gifted her!
Silhouette made you magnetic,
Purity as an angel,
Features only one of its kinds seduced to care for!
Sleepless nights still I enjoy with my hands
As it touched your curly hair.

I myself feel the pits,
Couldn’t realize your desire and needs!
Still I admire you though acquisitive.
After all, your life is only yours.

Wanted to shout to convey my love
And about my love lass.
Uncovered story of your eyes told me to love more and more.
Serenity trounced me as I feared to kiss your lips;
Curious, thirsty youth failed to welcome a virgin to turn a victor.

Aren’t you hearing the increasing jingle of a shrine bell?
It’s just a little bit ahead.
Peace, sanctity waiting to welcome all
Am I only shivering to meet with beloved?

Submitted: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013
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She was cute, attractive. God bless her to live peacefully with her family.

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