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A Lady Tonight
by Harash Mahajan
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  Don't treat me,
a lady on date.
though I'm
on invitees'- fate.
No passions tonight
no touches can set right
Hands can follow
to roll on but solo
something behind
to love and grind
Kisses deep
but to reap
and may be demanding
allowed only
if it's commanding.

Make me allured
and wanting swim
can't think more
to do the sin.

Sliding hands
caressing bands
soothing lips
with tight clutch grips.

No need to ask
drink like
from flask
No tender sweet talk
Whisper those words so hot
burn me, burn me
and slowly you walk.

Touch my desire
until found fire
wait till the
fountain overflows
dealing in ploughs.

Dew seems fired
as your love is hired
Released from my reason
Enjoyed the filled season.

No refined lady tonight
Just a wild woman in love
to set it right
If you need a pluck
do keep in touch.
April 17 ,2005
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