swagathnath rajeswari

(14/05/1995 / Arakonam)

**Heavenly night**


In the milky night
the diamond moon glistens on
the silver lakes reflects
the power of twinkling stars! !

The smell of jasmine which
maketh the insects sit upon
the breezy wind peeps into my ear
to wakeup at the milky night alone
is wonderful and charm! !

The golden leaves falls from the tree
looks as going in the chilly air
as angels flies in the moon lit night! !

The melodies of trees chirping sounds of air
call me remembering the sound of salangai
worn by woman! !
The night birds sing the songs I am delighted
enjoyed standing in the chilly air beneath the moon lit night! !

Let the heavenly night wake me up
And I am delighted to stand under the moon lit night! ! !

(Salangai woman wear in their legs which gives beautiful sound
10/3/2009 1000 pm)

Submitted: Tuesday, March 10, 2009

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