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Monday, April 8, 2013

Touch Me Not...


Slightly salty, slightly stray,
A little spicy too.
Temptress clad with mystery,
Touch me not, you may pursue.
Watch your dreams, 
I set them on fire.
Silk around my body,
May spark your desire.
Purple nights, sober days,
Frenzy surrounding my skin.
Touch me not,
Let our breath rock like violin.

Smoking-sizzling, take my senses on an alluring stroll.
Touch me not, just arrest my vivacious soul.

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110 comments:

  1. Dare touch you not as you set dreams ablaze!What amazing words, Saru:)

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  2. Slightly salty... slightly stray... it starts off so well

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  3. Can almost hear music along with these words...Splendid as always Saru

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  4. Amazing words - so beautiful. She was quite a lady of contrast!

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  5. It feels more like a song Saru! :)

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  6. yup.. ur short post brings back all her memories- all the movies I hv seen of her till now.. everything I hv read of her.. she was a revelation in the industry..

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    1. She is a mystery. I have read so much about her and each time something or the other amazes me.

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  7. loved the last concluding lines. A wonderful read Saru! :)

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  8. As they say..."beauty is to be seen not to be touched" :) Beautifully penned Saru.

    "Touch me not, just arrest my vivacious soul" so well written.

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    1. Absolutely and especially when we are talking about Marilyn. Glad you enjoyed reading it. :)

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  9. Nyc 1.... Good lyrics... Keep writing

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  10. lyrical beauty....you are awesome Saru..it was a wonderful read.....

    On a retrospective vein, my fictional account with JIM MORRISON

    http://braddugg.blogspot.com/2012/09/a-talk-with-jim-morrison.html

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  11. every line depicts how powerful woman is..
    better handle with care :P

    Loved it Saru..
    awesome read as ever

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  12. You always create magic with words....beautiful lady and a very beautiful passion filled poetry:)

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  13. I am wondering who is more beautiful- the lady or the poem! You did a great justice to the icon with a poem as beautiful as her!

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  14. badiya hein ji. words are more beautiful than people any day :)

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  15. Your poems are intriguing...move the readers. Brilliant!!

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    1. Thank you Ma'am for a huge compliment. :)

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  16. ooh la la! what a scintillating poem! with that pic, the poem shines out even more! :)

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    1. Thank you Mi, your expressions always bring a smile :)

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  17. Wow, very sensual poem... and Marilyn Monroe represents it best. Great job, Saru!

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  18. It's as if someone is rapping these words for a song! Cool writing!

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  19. Super cool Saru. I have missed many of your last posts. Was almost off the grid for a while but happy to be reading you back :)

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    1. Good to have you back Jas. :) Thanks for reading!

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  20. "Temptress clad with mystery,
    Touch me not, you may pursue.
    Watch your dreams,
    I set them on fire."

    Lovely Saru! Very beautifully penned down.

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  21. "Silk around my body,
    May spark your desire" ----Loved these lines

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  22. nice work ...have u always adored her? i think this poem can work for a lot of actresses...

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    1. Always, she is the original diva. Yeah, it can work for lot of actresses. :)

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  23. hey..sorry for staying away from the blog too long! this ones good...Even i admire her..but esp the mole on the side of her upper lip and her hair style :)

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  24. Perfect choice of words for a beautiful lady...:) How I wish she listened to these lines...:)

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    1. Me too...Glad you found the wordplay good.

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  25. Sizzling is the word. I had a smile playing along my lips while reading your poem, Saru. The picture of Marilyn Monroe. Nothing else could have befitted this poem better, really. ^_^

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    1. You bet, she is the ultimate diva. Thanks for an awesome comment. :)

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  26. Hey Saru. How are you?
    It's always a treat to be at this space, so full of imagination and artistry.
    I loved this passionate composition thoroughly.

    Watch your dreams,
    I set them on fire. Loved this line, there is a self belief in it.

    Touch me not, just arrest my vivacious soul. I don't think you could have concluded it better. Just the perfect ending.

    And the picture of Marilyn. Passion personified. That makes this entire post a perfect one. ABSOLUTELY. :)

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    1. Hi Deepak,

      I'm good and hope the same for you. Good to see you back and thanks for a wonderful comment. You know whenever we think of mystic, beauty and passion; Marilyn comes to our mind. She is a perfect muse. Glad you liked the poem. :)

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  27. Aha Intriguing and sensuous!

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  28. She is more spicy than salty; breaks many thousand hearts through her spotless skin and elegant eyes. Nice poetry.

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  29. Succinctly powerpacked beautiful poem :)

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  30. your words glow but not with intensity of fire, except for "breath rocking like violin"

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  31. She indeed was a temptress clad with mystery! very well though and written Saru.

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  32. The book which I'm reading now is the biography of Marilyn written by Banner. You've done justice to the complex character of that amazing personality.

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  33. Wow, it's a lyrical beauty! Keep up the good work Saru!

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  34. "touch me not"...nice one ma'am... :)

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  35. Very well written, brings some really disturbing memories...

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  36. alluring,mysterious,supremely sensuous--every word of yours reflects her personality.

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  37. That's a very well written post for Marline Monroe,She was really a mystery both in her life and death

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  38. you have highlighted the very essence of the diva saru ! :)

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  39. I dont know why but I was smiling half way through. The power of a woman through her words, awesome :-)

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    1. Thanks, glad you enjoyed reading it.

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  40. Wonderful read Saru! Wish I could learn some poetry from you..

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    1. That's so sweet of you Priti. Thanks for reading!

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  41. Beautifully quoted around the beautiful muse......It's lyrical!
    Loved it! :)

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  42. Whoa! LOVE this! So sensuous and dynamic!

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  43. Marilyn Monroe was an enigma. The passion in your words suits her brilliantly. :)

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