Alone With The Moon - Poem by Alok Mishra
Alone With the Moon
Moon in the sky
Often make her motion
Such a way on the high
Which soothes the lunatic poets…
I am wondered
How could I?
Sitting alone, in such mid night
Under the peace of fool moonlight!
Lonely here, but amid stars
And the beauty undisputed
I feel so relieved and content
In the silent music, that is muted!
Loneliness is a beautiful bliss
With beautiful Moon and the full moonlight kiss.
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