First Kiss

I was potty trained, Schooled, grad-schooled, And yet, nothing Could prepare me to The moment, when I learnt, That some epiphanies, Are so magnetic, they Make lips, probe, anneal And stay for a while.

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Perfection

What is the price of perfection… Seemingly an impossible ambition. A gun-less society with no more Sandy Hooks Bodies without immune systems In a world of zero infectious diseases Or a world bereft of the guarded Perhaps a communist manifesto Or a capitalist mecca Or maybe in a modern day fairytale Adam saving Steve from…

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The Perfect Love Poem

Dedicated to all men and women, who strive to become as perfect as they can be In a callous, uncaring world, short of real courage.    A poet starts with three pennies In his mental pockets, which become a title That could capture the essence Of the modern day anti-hero – the lover. A metaphor,…

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The Perfect Woman

Maybe perfection Is only a myth, like the hour glass figure That gets wider with the trickle of time And the sinuous hips that ripple Against the air-cushioned coastline A woman who blemishes Helen’s face And inflates the impressionist breasts And walks like the high tide but conceals enough For adoration by man and for…

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