Ovi: The Hero? (super senses)

He said that he was a heroAnd we wanted to see the showHow exactly were we to knowThe cape wasn't legit It was quickly clear he was denseUnable to use common senseBecause he didn't have the senseTo begin with Ovi is commonly known as 12th century folk-songs of the Maranthi Region of India which expressed … Continue reading Ovi: The Hero? (super senses)

Doha: Like A Cloak

Like a cloak, long and heavy, did I wear my lost loveThe weight on my shoulders a cause of ill healthI say, leave loss behind, It's easier to forgetif you do not constantly remind yourself The Doha is a Hindi stanzaic form employing a rhyming couplet with long syllabic lines.The Doha is also used in … Continue reading Doha: Like A Cloak

Mandakranta: The Succubus Comes

In my chambers, haunted and hunted, my terror enveloped in nightMy chest hitches, an archaic knowledge cleaves the unbridled thrillStraddled and pinned, she torments me, her primal lust and rage entwinedI lay yearning, praying for climax, before the succubus comes Mandakranta: (lady slowly approaching) is referred to as a "slow stepper" and is said to … Continue reading Mandakranta: The Succubus Comes