In The Small Locked Room # Poem

Posted on February 23, 2012 in Short Stories & Poems

By Mani Mahesh Garg:

She was silent
After the small time
They spent together,
For his pleasure
And for her stomach,
In the small locked room

 

 

 

 

 

 

She was silent as usual
Once more
Accepting the pains and gains,
Pains for her soul and
Gains for her body,
Under the shield of paid love,
In the small locked room

She was silent
When she dressed up,
As she was
When undressed,
By the lustful eyes
And the vulgar hands,
In the small locked room

She was silent
When she collected
Her collateral pay,
For the deal
Made and executed
And still alive in fragrance of lust and pain,
In the small locked room

She was silent
He was content,
As the animal inside had slept
For some time,
Who may witness a new silence
And crack in a new deal,
Again,
In the small locked room

She was silent
As she unlocked the door
She looked back and smirked,
Mocking at his weakness
Sad at her fate,
She left him
With wet eyes,
In the small unlocked room

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