Sound Of Silence
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The sound of our silence was too loud to be heard,
The space was too less to be far,
The moonlight was too dim to be seen,
Our hearts musically beating,
And our breaths were too smooth to be felt.
The woods seemed endless,
Our bodies hid beneath the sky,
Asking for much more
And seeing much more.
His kiss on my head gave security,
His peck on my eyes took away my tears,
His osculates on my cheek took away all the sadness
And his soft lips were the candy to my bitter cream.
I could feel his touch all over,
His hands electrified my presence,
Calming down my thudding heart
And gave peace to my nerves at war.
His fingers came trickling down my crevice,
Making me slouch into his hold
And uttering rhythms of pleasure,
Amidst the sounds of rattling leaves and chirping birds.
We lay there like an open book,
Embracing all that we could exchange,
Filling our vacuum with love
And emphatically covered our barren bodies with our obscure touch.
Our bodies tore open,
We became one that day!