Muthu Krishnan

Rookie (20 november 1990 / chennai, India)

The Process of Attraction


Women, their coy's, walking 
With men or alone,
Wilderness, desires,
In their eyes;
Gestures, approach, looks,
Expecting the act of exchange,
Never generalise, looks away 
In the due process of exchange, not ready to
Receive it from the recipient, with inviting eyes,
Her super ego tells her to look away,
Desires of  commanding position, dictatorship,
Sit on them, ride them, just like a horse,
Some are submissive, entirely, desires of owning 
The horse, knowing the horse cannot be taken for a ride,
Or perceiving the horse as an object
Of luxury, power, different, scare, well bred,
A rare vision, as it is one,
Some are hurt, bleeding roses,
Expecting the hands 
To touch, kiss them care for them,
Grow them well, sprinkle 
Waters of good scent on them, remove their thorns,
Lift them with the vase, they don't 
Search recipient neither wait for the process of exchange, but very 
Distinct in picking traits of pure love and 
Reciprocating them;

Submitted: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Edited: Thursday, September 27, 2012

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