What is so sacred

about that stubble on your face,

those muscles,

that strength?


What is so hallowed about

the member between your legs

that huskiness in your voice?


What is so blessed

about you being a man,

that it is a sin for me

to love another woman?




Author: Anangsha Alammyan
Email: anangsha.nits@gmail.com
Author Bio: Anangsha is a Civil Engineer by profession and a writer by passion. All through her life, she has looked at writing as a means of catharsis, expression and escape – though not necessarily in that order. She is currently working on her first book – “Stolen Reflections” which is an anthology of poems and is now available on Amazon.
Link to social media or website: Instagram @anangsha_




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