Every Tuesday, we would be sharing a prompt to ignite your creative side. This week, write a love poem.

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We all have someone to love to. For this week, write a love poem. It can be love for your special someone, love for pets, love for books. There is no limitation to your imagination as there is none in love.

Our take on the prompt: Love Poem

“Feeling of Nirvana!

Your long lashes
Inviting me hard
Old memory flashes
Temptation I can’t guard

Dark fantasies can’t be ignored
When I caress your silk
Slowly the wine is poured
On your skin so velvety milk

Our lips explore each other
From top to bottom, every inch
We feel a seductive smother
Did you also feel the pinch?

Rolling over on the bed
I apologize, I trespassed,
Your territory moving ahead
That too without being asked

Holding hands together, fingers clamped tightly
Your eyes tell me to walk your territory really?
Your incessant gaze, so tempting, mine accept brightly
Deep within ourselves, we feel nirvana, freely!

(Poem by Saurabh Chawla)


  1. To my husband:

    When the moon and the stars
    have been rented
    by other lyricists,
    your eyes are but
    the twinkling stars,
    your lips, the smiling
    crescent moon,
    reassuring me ever
    of your faith and love,
    my private property.

    Powerful poems you portray
    with your body expressions that
    I seek not the raspberry leaves
    of autumn nor the cherry sunset,
    they are but reflections of
    your love and fury.
    And Yes, fury is part of love
    and true love unfolds all
    human hues!

    Copyrights @Brindha Vinodh

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