From Vault of Memories Past – (Continued)

[I wrote this poem over a span of one month. As the poem is long , I shall post it in parts every Friday. It’s a poem about love but some may find the content semi-erotic. Lest their finer senses be disturbed, be aware and proceed at your own risk.]

Link to the previous part :

Part II

Patience my heart, I told myself,
Enjoy the moment and don’t rush;
But the moment took over

and we lost ourselves to love,
Blushing cheeks of my love

turned crimson red;
Was the sun getting warmer

or the meadow on fire?
She gently took my hand on hers

and embraced me,
Her slender arms around me, caressing,

As if to reassure,
Eyelids opening slightly,

fluttering like a butterfly,
She smiled,
And my heart molt.

She took my hand,
Kissed it once, kissed twice,
And gently put my hand
On her heart
The air went out of my chest,
As her warm breath touched my face,
Brushing my cheeks lightly,

Her sweet breath shortened,
A sense of urgency that I wanted to prolong;
And with every breath,
Her heart racing,
Her twin peaks of desire rose and fell
As she gently squeezed my hand
and pressed it down,
The floodgates of heaven were thrown open
and passion rushed in,
My resolve failed.

Those two throbbing balls of desire
gently curving up,
Never had my eyes behold
such a delightful sight;
Firm like an orange

but soft like a ripe mango,
Dancing in tandem
with her rapid breath;
Inviting and alluring,

Supple and soft
Tempting and seducing,
Demanding explorations
but also entreating

a gentle handling, and
as I traced their graceful curves,
She moaned,
Breathing a contented sigh.

Warmth radiating from her
Slowly engulfed me in a trance,

From her dimpled chin
drops of sweat fell
to the base of her graceful neck;

The tiny rivulet coursing
ever so slowly down

through her heaving bosom,
As a river meanders
from its source to the ocean;
I gazed transfixed

as I traced its course,
Her velvety smooth skin
offering no resistance to the flow,

It emerged from the narrow pass
of her breasts

into the flat valley below;
The glistening stream

pooled for a second
in the slight depression

of her navel,
And a fear raced through
my mind,
I stopped.

[December 1, 2020]

© Pranabendra Sarma, 2021

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Author: pranabaxom

Poetry is my passion. I am not a methodical writer. I have no set topics to write about. What I feel, perceive, think about, I will like to share in this blog. I open my mind to the world. Like the weather, sometimes my poems are cloudy, sometimes stormy. I always like to see sunshine streaming through the leaves of trees, so I hope I can share some of those sunshine with my readers.

16 thoughts on “From Vault of Memories Past – (Continued)”

    1. Thank you so much for the comment but does the movie makes sense? I am hoping that with the subsequent sections and the epilogue, I shall be able to tie it all together coherently.


  1. This section doesn’t appeal to me personally. I think you’re much better sticking to emotions and describing them through allusion. The twin peaks and oranges bobbing up and down strikes a false note with me. A bit schoolboyish?

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    1. Thanks for the honest feedback.
      This section and some of the subsequent sections are memories/ recollection of a teenager about his first physical relationship with his lover through the eyes of adolescence. So you are right about being school boyish because maybe that what the narrator was back then. I am hoping that as the poem progresses and along with the epilogue, I should be able to tie it all together.
      That’s why I really look forward to the feedbacks.


      1. The problem is, that the prologue is quite a way back. There has to be a clear line that runs through the poem, chronological if you like, so the reader knows what they’re reading. The poem starts in the present so you need to indicate very clearly that we’re now talking about a different person.

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      2. Thanks again Jane. I understand what you say. In my mind I see the “missing link” you indicate but need to figure out how to carry that link forward in the weekly posting.


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