Treasure Island

John N Mate

(Tuibuong, Churachandpur district, Manipur, India)

The Moon-II: The Immortal


Warden of the creator's realm/ When mortal's in deep dream./ Wanderst the night/ When blushing sun's no more sight./ In God's very kingdom/ Where reside many a finest diamond.// Tho' attired in golden robe/ Never for power grope./ Painted with grace/ Is his plump face./ Worshipped in awe by mortals/ Yet remain God's loyal vassal.// Witnessed civilizations of ev'ry age/ And of times passage./ Of ev'ry drudge and crown/ Ev'n of nations unknown./ Immortal being as he/ Is what I long to be.//

Submitted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Edited: Saturday, April 19, 2014

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