Kiss me thousand times
Then process in your mind
How did I taste?
Some – at which I would’ve failed to impress
Some at which I would’ve aced
Don’t tell me but.
Hurt me by your actions
Then examine my reaction
Did I do well?
Sometimes – I would turn blue
Sometimes maybe red
Don’t tell me but.
How well our chemistry could be?
You’ll know
Only when you chuck it out from your mind
and concentrate on physics
Because baby
Acidic or Basic!
Only the time would tell, what works best
Love has nothing to do..
Nothing to do with Litmus test.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. Chatty Owl says:

    The photo – my oh my, how seductive is that?! And then you add those perfect words of yours and it makes one to impress you with kissing.

    1. Neeraj says:

      You say the sweetest things. Thank you!

  2. Noora says:

    Great work – as usual!

    1. Neeraj says:

      Thank you Noora!
      I thought Litmus Test would be little tough for people for those who didn’t study chemistry.

  3. Reblogged this on poemsoftheinnerspark and commented:
    Very Sensual!

  4. abozdar says:

    Absolutely brilliant, Bravo!!

    1. Neeraj says:

      Thank you so much!

  5. words4jp says:

    I certainly understood the chemistry metaphors. Very cool way to describe kissing the chemistry between the two sets of lips.

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