When You Bare Yourself

By Kaushik Hazarika

When you bare yourself,
You just don’t shred clothes
But also slash what made you wear them
-Buttons for humility
-Scarves for stares
-Layers for your image
And then you come to me.
Fluttering tresses wont hide now
The bent of your nape, tilted
On purpose awaiting the strike
Of my softest peck, nor
will you breasts heave less
Or your nipples shy away
when my breathes shall croon
over them a humming tune.
To savor your saltiness, your sweetness
And you.
As both of your lips continue to shiver
Mine struggle to please one,
While my fingers travel down to the other
The pulsating realm of infinite softness.
And when I slide in, we slide along
Like two fishes gliding in the same liquid
We keep moving, stirring the deepest trench
Swirling In the deepest waters
Until…… we almost die in love
One’s body, the others’ grave.
Time, you hurried to put on your clothes
As if ashamed. The layers shall conceal well
those moments. Now invisible, distant.



About the author: Kaushik Hazarika from Tangla teaches English at Sipajhar College. At the same time he is pursuing M.Phil. as a research scholar at Gauhati University.


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