Treasure Island

Freespirit Juneja

(09 Aug 1983 / New Delhi)

Lets Dance To The Tune Of Lust


The world says hush
It's not the time to rush
Forget the things which are must
Let's dance to the tune of lust

The common man may feel disgusted
Their manhood has got rusted
So ladies tighten your bust
Forget the things which are must
Let's dance to the tune of lust

Fill environment with moans and groans
Flush out every booming drone
Entice the world with bust, booty and curves
Burst every man's crust
Forget the things which are must
Lets dance to the tune of lust

Blast the society,
Blast the blasphemous rules
We aren't 21st century fools
Blow out cynical and old fashioned dust
Just forget the things which are must
Let's dance to the tune of lust

Submitted: Saturday, March 10, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, April 17, 2012

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  • Louis Cecile (4/19/2012 8:24:00 AM)

    A nice smoothly flowing poem in tune with the title that is strong in its sentiment. Very playful almost mimicking child like manners. Good work (Report) Reply

  • Mark Sellen (4/15/2012 3:01:00 PM)

    Personally I just like the title....It's eye catching and paints a very erotic picture - it evokes in my mind the Dance of the Seven Veils by Salome. If you like this poem you may like my poem, 'Leslie'. If you are not too timid please feel free to read it an comment as it may not be for the faint hearted? (Report) Reply

  • isabella Francis (4/8/2012 9:44:00 AM)

    Awesome. Lust is often seen as disgusting and is considered a sin. honestly, ppl should try being lusty for a day.
    Adding it as one of my favorite poems. :) (Report) Reply

  • Kaio Clark (4/8/2012 6:30:00 AM)

    I couldn't say it better than Rishi Kaashyap. But I will add my thanks for allowing me to read brillance over and over again. You are a poet worthy of recognition. Not just from other members, but the world over, keep it up (Report) Reply

  • Rishi Kaashyap (4/7/2012 7:51:00 AM)

    Amazing lines... very well Put down... The Rhymes cover up for even the peculiar syntax.. This is what everyone must learn - to enjoy every minute of their living... Come on Sir! Forget those things which are must - write to the thought of YOUR lust (Report) Reply

  • Martin O'Neill (4/5/2012 3:35:00 PM)

    At first I struggled with the phrase 'the things which are must', but, as I read on and began to enjoy the poem and it's message for it's own sake, the strange sentence construction took on a wonderful meaning of it's own. I now would not change it for the world.
    I will be honest, I rarely read very many poems of those who ask me to, unsolicited, as they tend to be of dubious grammatical value.

    Also, I never comment unless I feel the poem is worthy of praise - I do not like to criticise for fear of causing offence or dampening the enthusiasm of a budding poet.

    I really enjoyed this one. Well written (Report) Reply

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