V P Mahur

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So Many Eclipses Poem by V P Mahur


Eclipses in Nature
You all know how they occur
But we are destined to
So many eclipses
Some full and some partial
But all having deep impact

A woman has an eclipse
When her chastity
And her souls purity
Is snatched away
By those whose dark intentions
Just want to play
With God’s holy clay

Betrayal given by friends
To serve their selfish ends
Is an eclipse
That occurs in the broad day light
And leaves us
To make a helpless fight
With our inner guilt

A love becomes an eclipse
When we are in sorrows’ grips
Trying to collect
The pieces of our soul
Made by those whom we trust
Without any reason and intellect
And our world is darkened
And burst

Submitted: Monday, March 3, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 5, 2014

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Composed on March 04,2014

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