Poem By Sunil D'pudi

From pillar to pillar
I chase the delights
Through the net of her adult measures.

She throws her weight
To the swing of my extended arms.
The first moment of revelation
Is untouched
By yesterday's sunshine.

Its an entry into primitive life again.

The chandeliers spread desire
To the thrills
Of a sacred scandal.

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