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Gazing On The Stars

Come all of you, I am gazing on the stars...
All of you do join me I am gazing on the stars...

As we are pushed by speed, as we are rushing with greed
Sublimities were not seen, mind solace is not known
Come all of you, I am gazing on the stars...
All of you do join me I am gazing on the stars...

Like the messages of the unknown sages
The stars are there...
Smiles of the infants went up to the sky
The stars are there...
That is a mystical language its letters are countless
The stars are there...
In a colossal mirror the thoughts of noble men reflect
The stars are there...
On the blue canvas beaming poems are written
The stars are there...
Drops of sweat reached the top
The stars are there...

Celestially ours, the stars
Are they thresholds of the unseen worlds?

The everlasting stars, the ever green stars
The enchanting images...

How wonderful it would be if the distant stars appear next to us?
How miraculous it would be if those stars pour their glitters on us? ?

Whatever we may muse,
Whatever we may contemplate-

Let us keep up the habit of gazing on the stars
We will have to upkeep the habitat of the humans

Shall we?

Submitted: Friday, April 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 26, 2013

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  • Gajanan Mishra (4/26/2013 5:57:00 AM)

    Very good poem, gazing on stars, thanks, congratulation.
    I invite you to read my poems and comment. (Report) Reply

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