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SALINI NAIR

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Moon loves some one? ? ?


It’s so vibrant
Though my shadow is not vivid
He stretches all in hand without pause
Gloomy night that shower in moonlight
He fence for her holly bath
By the time the supreme withdrawn
He may be fascinated by her charm
Next moments may raise her beauty
As his eyes are widen to her charisma
As he splendor her with his brightness
She may slither to his side and snooze gradually
By the time plants quake to spread all the dew drops
So as to make garland with the gems
Hillock decor themselves with the snowfall
Muddy land wide its shade to hide
Rivers try to tranquil its flow side
Stars brisk to groom him to pass on his love
In a splendid way there blooms the love of nature
By the time the majesty returns to her side
After that full night when they depart
Somewhere here in her side
Someone may dream of someone
As love is eternal and is unique….


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Submitted: Thursday, May 29, 2014

Topic(s): love


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supreme refers to sun, she for earth, he stands for moon

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