Resolution For New Year

Together we roamed

In the ruined ramparts

Corridor after corridor

Among the spirits of kings and queens

In the palatial edifices

Listening the chronicles of love and hatred

Along the lakes

On the cliffs hiding behind dark clouds

Offering prayers in the shrines

Sipping coffee side by side

Complaining and mending

Hand in hand hugging and kissing

That was departing year

As we carry on in new year

Let us leap forward

Make tomorrow the present

Penetrate deep in jungle

Embrace the untamed nature

Scale snow clad peeks

Ring the bells of a few temples

On the banks of mighty rivers

On the deafening sea shores

Let us forget the bygone years

Misery and separation

Win over a few days of love and affection

May god shower its blessings at midnight

That stay with the tomorrow's light

Submitted: Monday, August 13, 2012

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