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Soliloquy of Passion

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Lost in myself, I entered the club
crowded, loud music and dim lights
drunk figures swaying all around
as the night is drawn in
complex cavern of my mind
making my way through, couldn’t find a nice spot

why I came here, what was the essence
maybe I wanted to get rid of some thought

it envelopes the soul, the music
the ambience, as I try to erase the pain
to relinquish an arduous past
emulating the beats to heart
wandering around, still on my own
across the crowd, our eyes met

surrounded by many, she seemed to be well known
her treacherous smile, a weapon I bet

that enthralling gaze was hard
to evade. a word not uttered
but the intentions made clear.
and the flawless fingers moved
skillfully, gesturing the directions
seductively suggesting, there’s much to explore

losing control, kissing senses goodbye
bounded in spell, I followed her indoor

mesmerizing, there she stood
lustrous hair…such radiant eyes
her contour pulsating the nerves
enclosing within both heaven and hell
bewitched, I moved closer, trying
to decipher the words unsaid

the brain rebelled, you must leave
unable to resist – I closed the curtains instead.

 

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For Real Toads prompt : Poems In April – A L’ Arora

Also, posted on Poets United

45 thoughts on “Soliloquy of Passion”

  1. My goodness this is wonderfully sensual!💜 Especially love; “and the flawless fingers moved
    skillfully, gesturing the directions seductively suggesting, there’s much to explore.” Impressive work on the form, Neeraj! 😊

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  2. kaykuala

    that enthralling gaze was hard
    to evade. a word not uttered
    but the intentions made clear.

    A person’s gaze can be a killer. Most fortunate it is preceded by clues for us to be more prepared!

    Hank

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  3. Well done.
    It is strange how we are drawn to the dangerous (in love)…
    perhaps the danger is intoxicating…
    Anna :o]

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