Mittur Ramprasad


I Never Knew Sarah Jane


I NEVER KNEW SARAH JANE

I never knew Sarah Jane like the sunlight on windowpane
I was not aware of the light although it was there shining bright
Till the sun went Far East turning the skies dark at sunset

I never knew Sarah Jane like flowers in the garden
It was there with fragrance i was blind to their existence
Till the end of the season when the winter blitzed the sun

I never knew Sarah Jane like beautiful streams on the mountain
Running its course so very gentle painting colorful picture on earth’s easel
Till the winter came slowly creeping in letting the streams get frozen

I never knew Sarah Jane like the stars with its shine
Twinkling away with its sparkles casting its magic spell
Till the break of dawn when there was no sunlight of Sarah Jane

Submitted: Tuesday, June 30, 2009

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