(001) A Midnight Roamer Poem by Risha Ahmed (12 yrs)

(001) A Midnight Roamer

Rating: 3.3

It is so beautiful, nice and round
Like a balloon you blow
Spreading light across the night
With it’s warm and golden glow
White clouds cover its baldhead
As though to protect it from the eerie night
And when another cloud takes over
It says farewell and takes flight
Glowing brighter and brighter
As the night grows more and more dark
Lighting up the streets,
My terrace and the park
Rising fast above the horizon
As though in a haste
As though it had no time to lose
No time at all to waste
It yawned and said,
“Now nap time, let me go to the other side”
And before it went to sleep
It looked at our beautiful earth and sighed.

Indigo Christman 27 January 2008

You are ten! ? Wow...

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Keerthana Mohan 04 February 2008

Whether ink or words flow from Risha's pen? A little girl in age, but well matured in her thoughts.

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Howard Johnson 05 February 2008

It has been a while since I have read any of your work, And this one does not dissapoint, A pleasure to read, Excellent Immagery used, Thank you for posting

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Diane Violet 18 February 2008

Risha this is beautiful...loved the whole poem especially the last line. Hugs, Diane

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p.a. noushad 14 June 2008

nature and the realities of life.

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val Rogers 03 January 2016

You have surpassed many adults with your skills. I am guessing that you are very proud of these Skills. Good WORK Risha. Val Brooklyn Rogers

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val Rogers 03 January 2016

You've surpassed many adults with your skill. I know that I've guessed correctly that you are very Proud of your skill. Good work.

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Akhtar Jawad 11 May 2014

What a poem! And she is only 12, amazingly beautiful.

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p.a. noushad 28 May 2010

very beautiful imagination, nice verses

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Shikdar Waliuzzaman 16 May 2010

Congratulations to you for writing poems in a tender age! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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Risha Ahmed (12 yrs)

Risha Ahmed (12 yrs)

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