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"Kundan writes amazing love poetry that will melt your heart, light your body on fire, and touch a part of you, you never knew existed."
~ Ngoc Luzardo
"I have known Kundan for about 5 years and have found him to be always cheerful and happy. He is a sensitive and loving man and has deep insights into what love is and what relationships are. He writes beautiful poetry that expresses his feelings and perceptions of himself and others. Truly a wonderful soul."
- Michael Tyree
"This is my favorite poem of yours. I have it framed on my bedroom wall." ~ Jazmin regarding my poem "Why I Don't Need You But I Want You Around Anyway".
On our first date, here is what will happen:
We go dancing, and very soon, you feel my masculine energy so much that allows and enables you to feel like a woman so much that you can't help cracking a smile that grows bigger and bigger every moment into grins and laughter...you keep looking into my eyes and looking away, looking into my eyes and looking away, blushing, as you dance, because you keep becoming more and more attracted to me every moment. You sense that I am loved by a lot of women, and you feel so lucky that I have chosen YOU right now, and when I dip you, and your back arches back into the dance floor, you start exclaiming excitedly much laughter again, and very soon, you melt into my arms...your heart touched, every bit of your skin tingling with pleasure, your entire being feels caressed and treasured....
A Note on Chivalry:
For me, chivalry is not just about opening doors for women but include even the little things like walking on the side of road when walking with you on the sidewalk, to protect you from the cars, keeping you inside, safe. And it's about you enjoying being a woman - beautiful, enchanting, creative, deeply, fully feeling all your feelings and emotions, and being completely accepted and even appreciated for them, and loved, completely loved, heart-touched, you full of smiles, laughter and joy...have you ever felt this way before?
Now, Let's talk about YOU:
When you laugh, you laugh a big open happy laugh without covering your mouth. You smile and laugh often. Joy swims around you when you enter a room - you can't help it. You delight me with your smile and that twinkle in your eye - indeed, you smile not only with your lips but with your eyes as well! You love dancing. You love your job. You enjoy cuddles, hugs and slow caresses. You praise often and enjoy being praised too. You are in touch with your feelings at every moment and embrace them fully. You love your body and you love yourself and everybody. Your heart is so open. In fact, the sexiest part of you is your sweet, precious heart. You inspire me with the incredible kindness of your big open heart. You crack jokes spontaneously - and your jokes always make people feel better. For example, in an episode of Seinfeld, someone once said, "You know when someone sneezes, we say "Bless you!" Well, I think it is actually better to say "You are soooooo good-looking!" It actually makes them FEEL better!"
Your heart is thirsting to be on the train ride with me to the Land of Many Happy Smiles, Pleasant Surprises, and Connected, Open Hearts - at the same time, you are aware that you are not a broken heart searching for the other part - your heart is a full ocean of water overflowing towards me even as my own heart overflows towards you.
As for me, I am committed to experiencing Divinity and Sharing Awakening. This is my heart virtue or the core energy of what I am here to experience and to bring to the planet.
What is "heart virtue"? My friend, Diana Lees, said it best:
"Imagine being able to say something about yourself that you knew so deeply that you got goosebumps every time you said it. Imagine it absolutely not mattering whether anyone else understood you. Imagine getting excited at your own inner beauty simply by hearing yourself say a phrase about yourself.
If unconditional self love is the key to a joyful life, abundance, enlightenment, then knowing your Heart Virtue is a beautiful tool to bring that forward." ~ Diana Lees
Here is what another friend, Cynthia said, about my poem "What is Love?"
"I read your poem, what is love? Never, never, never, have I felt such a clear description of love. I live it as I read it. What more could anyone ask for from words? I will read it over and over. "
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