My First Acquaintance

My First Acquaintance

K Radhakumar
Oh, how wonderful!You stood out from the crowd.When I saw you I declared my interest silentlyThen and there And you did acknowledge me.You exuded feminine magnetismAnd the warmth stabbed at my heart,It was a pleasure meeting you And it made all the difference.
In the morning I saw you moving Like leaves in the gentle breeze.The full moon And your face all lit up,The dewclad leaves of grassAnd your tender feet;In the eveningYour finger ran around the lipOf a glass of whisky –I was drawn into a cosmic vortexAnd could not find out who’s who.
When I saw you I felt the dramatic rise of my masculinity.Inside I was all naked;Outside – I do not know – Did I appear a perfectly normal person?I could feel the difference between My own deep voiceAnd your good singing voice.To my eye,You were a full-breasted womanAn incarnation of beautyAnd also a metaphysical problemOf the Creation and the cosmos.

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