A Love Affair With Moon!
Oh, that gorgeous, smiley crescent
Again surfaced in the gloomy, empty sky
Eyes gaze untiringly, as if discovered just now
Newness explored in my mundane life.
Though departs for a couple of days
But never forgets to roll up again
A great come back to fill that hollow sky as
Even millions of stars fall flat to add that charm.
Spring added to my twin steps once more
Spice sprayed generously on to my lonely nights
Stars twinkle brightly and hopefully in my dreams
What a solace I find every night in moonlight!
Oh, my dearest, nearest (/farthest?) ,
Make a promise not to leave me alone,
Never ever forget to make a come back!
Coz’ you are my sole and soul mate!
I can’t stop romancing with you,
So I never wish to go on moon,
Coz' then I can't see him, will I survive?
Your sight makes me feel like
On the earth, as in the heaven!
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