How to kill time on a hot Saturday evening in Meerut…

I can almost imagine it
She wants me to sweep
Her off her feet
Buy her that unexpected gift
Dance her into the mist

We swapped passion for a family,
and now the barter has gone awry.
I see that daily, in those eloquent eyes
that may not be cold, nor moist,
but, which do not speak lies.

As I pull our car into the parking lot
I can’t but wonder about the rot
And as I climb the stairs,
I work myself into a sweat.
Only to lose the goddamn plot.

We make our dinner,
We scrub our plates.
We watch our soaps,
We make our beds.
She sleeps.

And I feel her boring eyes
and think of all those lies
that swept us off our feet.
Those eyes, those lies.
Lies, lies, lies.

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Posted on June 20, 2005, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Awesome!
    I could imagine the setting!

  2. that’s really nice and eloquent.

  3. owww…That’s like 450 million Indian marriages in one poem man.
    :>

  4. Its not as bad as that…

    Its upto the 2 people in a marriage to make it as exciting as the dating phase was!

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