Steals Sans Stealing

Steals Sans Stealing

A Chapter by Akshay Rawal

Dedicated to someone I love immensely


That rosy tinge, enamors her skin. 
So much it'd singe, if my fingers limn 
her contoured, grooved, freckled minutiae, 
carving tours behooves my fickle veers 
On her chest, enticing gleam summons me, 
Where rests, the icing cream to my glee, 
In her nest, a beast pulsates in our heat, 
It suggests, at least, for us soulmates to meet.  


Her radiance permeating my tepid wheeze 
In obedience, she brings me in rapid ease. 
Cascading whirls, curls unfurl, 
 locks my grip, at my fingers, twirl, 
Her splendid brush of hairs rest bare 
When ended, flush in layers at breasts, smeared 
Strands stuck to skin, festooned by sweat. 
Grand luck, like a win, our attuned eyes, met.  


Swathes of care inflates my heart to burst. 
It's a lot in there, creates a part of her 
pristine self in me. Her benign love brings 
Umpteen help settin' free, a fine dove swings 
Fluttering in a dispersed sky, her lips 
Quivering as she whispers a cry, that dips 
In my ears, appeals to a feeling torn apart 
For years. Steals sans stealing my forlorn heart.


© 2020 Akshay Rawal

Author's Note

Akshay Rawal
Please share how the poetry made you felt. Would also appreciate criticism and ways to make the poetry better.

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So very passionate. Filled with desire and ultra romantic! Akshay, this is superb! The scattered rhyming makes the words flow and yet there is a sense of urgency...and then a sense of euphoria. Really enjoyed. Lydi**

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Akshay Rawal

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Thanks Lydia!! I'm glad you like it :)

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Added on September 15, 2020
Last Updated on September 15, 2020
Tags: Love, Beauty, Surreal, Passion


Akshay Rawal
Akshay Rawal

Brampton, Ontario, Canada

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