One moment of a FLAPPING breasts
One moment of a DANGLING waist
One moment of an INVITING sumptuous lips
One moment of an ITCHING scrotum
One moment of a RACING heart
Up and down CASCADING
One moment of a GLOWING eyes…
Plays into art, act, acts and action of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
An infinitesimal lover’s journey ends.
May yesterday’s ACTS not be inside
of our today’s SCENES
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