Lust

Poem by: joy Milton

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Submitted: March 16, 2007

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“Let’s part together as friends.”

How fluently he spoke them.

Forgetting all shared moments.

Fruits we bore by lovemaking.

He threw me on the ground.

I am taking my last breaths.

Skin has changed from pale to dark.

He was my only hope, love and faith.

What not I did for him in love.

I grew old and lost my beauty.

You longed for a change in life.

You began quarreling on trifles.

You concluded it with those words.

Soon spring will come in your touch.

Again, you will woo her by sympathy.

What a change nature has brought.

You too have learnt the tricks of men.

O! Tree, when will you overcome lust?


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