Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Overpowering Lust

My lust is overpowering, yet sets me free.
It makes me do sneaky stuff surreptitiously.

I do it in the closet or the haystack or under the bed,
Beneath the stairs, under the stars, in places unsaid...

I feel comfortable where I can avoid detection.
I need my space and the object(s) of my fascination.

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One moment it is X, another moment Y, Z or N!
I love the way this lust makes my life happen!

I am unapologetic to declare my lust with pride-
My personality has this unknown and strange side! 

I surprise myself being meekly dominated by its thrust,
They say one has to pay an exorbitant price for lust...

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No matter how much time I spend it feels incomplete,
There's so much to do & know & lots to greet!

Don't know & can't say where my lustful journey will take,
The grasp of the mesmerized state is tough to break...

No person can appease me or quench my thirst!
I am hard to please as I am bitten by wonderlust!

Who or what is the object of your lust? Do share in the comments below.

Linking with Poets United Midweek Motif- Lust
& Tuesday Platform- Color the world in words

14 comments:

  1. At my age it is the lust for life! However I expect writing will be a popular response won't it?

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  2. Wonderlust:interesting i think a dynamic for life itself. We need to be awed afresh every day. Nice write

    Much♥️love

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  3. What a frolic! It isn't until near the end that this narrator reveals the passion is in every aspect of life. This narrator has much to look forward to.

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  4. Wonderlust... that's a great state to be in!

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  5. OMG...I'm bitten by the bug too Anita. I lust for the Himalayas most. Love the beautiful rhythm and the mystery woven till the end.

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  6. I especially love "wonderlust". The very best kind!

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  7. That is a wonderful lust Anita.

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  8. What a surprising but fantastic end How great wonderlust is

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  9. Anita, love your flow of words in poetry. Beautifully described the emotion :)

    Cheers
    MeenalSonal from AuraOfThoughts

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  10. Ah, wanderlust... It has served me well through the years. And sometimes not...

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  11. Being bitten by wanderlust can be a double-edged sword, but worth it.

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  12. I like the play on words between wonder and wander. I feel you... I hear you. Off you go on your lustful adventures!

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  13. very nice wonderful lust anita thanks for sharing

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