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kalpana shah

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Fury Of The Sun, Lament Of The Moon


Fury of the sun:

O’ beautiful beloved
Meanest of the mean
Dare you shine on my doom!
Baffled by the shameless smile
With fury I am wild
When in deep slumber I lie
I know you are sure to cry.

Lament of the moon:

Forgive me love’
Your fury I justify
Crestfallen & petrified
With your fate destined.
Through all the agony
I hold to rise all with pride
For the coolness of the night
They all rest with delight
Throughout the day by you
Hard have they toiled.

Submitted: Saturday, August 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013

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